Tuesday, 25 April 2017

The Walls of Fame

Floors often capture our attention, but so do the walls. If that wasn’t true people would not spend handsome amounts on decorating their home or office walls. Some purchase works of art and frame them on the verticals while others make use of expensive props. Some people get their walls artistically painted while others settle for wallpapers. Call it an interior designing trend or a matter of personal choice, but every other person wants the walls around him to carry some aesthetic appeal. Catering to this faddish necessity is Bharat Floorings and Tiles with a variety of classic and modern options.

Bharat Floorings, known for some of the most beautiful flooring designs, produces wall tiles that are in tune with the former. Use the exact same design to create a continuous pattern or shuffle between multiple designs to create a sense of divergence; everything works with the right designs and colours. Wall tiles can be found in kitchens and bathrooms of houses, offices, restaurants and other personal and commercial places. A variety of designs from the Heritage™ collection of tiles are quite popular among interior designers and non-professional decorators alike. Creating a checkerboard pattern with different colours of Heritage™ tiles, and the Inverlochy™ pattern have always been the hot favourites.


It’s human nature to seek something that makes us stand out from the ten others doing the same thing. When wall tiles start to get too mainstream within your circle, Bharat Floorings and Tiles offers you a neat collection of wall claddings to choose from. Claddings are almost always intended to be stylistic rather than functional and are usually designed to help accent a particular feature or room. Though they can conceivably cover every surface in a house or building, it’s more common to find wall claddings in just one or two key areas. Decorative panels, wood panelling, and decorative stone and brick have always been in demand. Coelo, Circle of Life, Hills and Valley, Hexar, Turkish delight, and Carven are some of the available patterns with Bharat Floorings with the Hexagonal claddings being the latest addition.


Get your walls a decorative upgrade with Bharat Floorings and tiles. Customise on your own or check out options at Wall Tiles and Wall Cladding.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Le Mill - Beautifully Yours!

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. This phrase was used by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford when she included it in her book 'Molly Bawn' in 1878. But have you ever though that the source of this beauty could be the passion and creativity that the artist has expended in the process of achieving what we term as art. The more dedicated you are to something, the more beautiful is the outcome. Art can be surreal and bold or it can be simple and elegant. At Bharat Floorings we believe in the latter.

Le Mill is a co-branded collection designed by Aurélie De Cort. It is one of the designer collaboration ranges from our BFT+ Collection alongside ARMS by Sameer Kulavoor, the Japanese Line by Sian Pascale, Origametes by The Busride, AVB Bespoke by Alice von Baum, The Shibori Tiles by Studio Wodehouse and the newly introduced DashDashDot by Tania and  Sandeep Khosla. Like our other guest designers, Aurélie De Cort has a reputation to her name itself. A visual genius and trained artist, Aurélie has spent the last 10 years designing the much talked about window displays of Hermès stores in France and internationally. Aurélie has helped design iconic collections for Indian brands after having moved to India in 2008. Le Mill is one such passion project.


The Le Mill tiles have been inspired by the alleyways and public spaces of Aurelie's home country of Belgium. The tiles strike a balance between European aesthetics and modern Indian sensibilities, thus, maintaining a harmony with international trends. Offering three different variations, the Arlecchino Design, the Bayadere Design and the Piazza Design, a colourful decorative Le Mill-tiled floor has an appeal unmatched by any other kind of flooring. The beauty of a Le Mill-tiled floor lies in the creative use of these geometric shapes and colours to create a patterned floor from different combinations of tiles. The Le Mill tiles form patterns that are customisable to a great extent and add to the beauty and charm of the floor in residential as well as commercial space. Different arrangements and choice of colours for the Le Mill tiles can provide the floor a heritage look, an art deco look, a modern look or anything in between (or beyond), depending on your sense of aesthetics, taste and style.


So the next time you decide to customise your home, don’t forget how important the floor is. People might not appreciate it but the floor always gets noticed. And if it gets noticed then why not get it appreciated? After all, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.