What kinds of luxury spaces can you make with patterned floor tiles?
- A hall for a ball
- A vibrant, verdant visage
- A rustic rattan restaurant
- A topic in the tropics
- A lush and lavish lanai
- A villa for voyagers
- An imposing impression
- A weekend of wellness
- A stark station
Architecture and interior design have come a long way. Human creativity keeps getting better and better, and we can see it every time we pick up a magazine, turn the TV on, or see how our clients use our patterned floor tiles in their homes and establishments.
In this blog article, we’re looking at how our luxury resort and hotel clients have used modern floor tile designs to form spaces in their accommodations that are simply out of this world. Take note: they’ve created all these masterpieces with our iconic Machuca tiles—and you can do the same.
A Hall for a Ball
Throne rooms and ballrooms may be a thing of the past for some, but nothing beats bringing a fairytale to life. That’s exactly what this dreamlike hall in Sefriya Farm & Vintage Orchard has done by putting together a space that anyone would be lucky to hold an event in.
A Vibrant, Verdant Visage
From one exquisite landscape to another, immerse yourself in the wild and exotic jungles of the world—only without the immense heat and tiring journey. Instead, have a cool drink while sitting on a comfy cushion in the Rubra Lounge of Frangipani El Nido.
Look up, and feel surrounded by towering, leafy plants akin to those in a tropical island getaway. Look down, and see an impression of those palm trees in our bestselling Tile 115. Either way, it’s a win!
A Rustic Rattan Restaurant
Nothing says “all-natural interior design” quite like wooden furniture. Siago Beach Resort takes things a step further by incorporating the material as well as more native decor into its restaurant’s space.
To top it all off, Siago used the very first pattern in our catalog, Tile 001, in a custom neutral color scheme. The hypnotizing pattern is ideal for adding texture to the room, and it’s a perfect complement to the rustic feel of the place.
A Topic in the Tropics
If the interesting cuts and lines of our HEX 027 tiles in custom dark green aren’t enough of a conversation starter, the atmosphere and design of Las Palmas Villas and Casitas surely are. Designed like a welcoming oasis in the middle of a hot desert (or, well, a beach in Siargao), it’s a welcome reprieve from the heat that summer brings.
A Lush and Lavish Lanai
Another summery destination that’s perfect for the warmest season, Dive Solana Resort is ideal for those looking to spend their summer sunbathing, swimming, and chowing down on some delicious food. Tile 035 in its custom color scheme completes the look, with sandy orange details on a lush green background.
A Villa for Voyagers
Gone are the days when we would go on vacation and treat the hotel we were staying at as just a place to spend the night. Increasingly, hotel guests want accommodations that are beautiful, photogenic, and full of Instagram-worthy spots for them to post on their feeds.
Fortunately, Montebello Villa Hotel has all that and more. This European-style villa with its brick arches, metal banisters, and Tile 084 in a custom color scheme overlooks a refreshing swimming pool and stands as the perfect backdrop for any selfie, groufie, or panoramic shot.
An Imposing Impression
Imposing though its grand staircase may be, the vivid plants and arched doorways of Hotel 1925 give it a softer and more welcoming appearance that’s loved by every guest that walks through its door. Adding to the elegance is the grayscale and geometric Tile 058, which makes the natural brown of the staircase stand out as the focal point of the room.
A Weekend of Wellness
Looking for a place to truly unwind? Spend a weekend at The Farm at San Benito, and let your weekday worries flow down the river as you take a meditative stroll along its lush gardens and get treated by its expert staff. This holistic medical sanctuary welcomes you with open arms and shows you what true relaxation is all about. For a neat little tidbit, if you take a quick tour, you just might catch a glimpse of our Tile 050!
A Stark Station
Minimalist though this sitting room in Gunita Villas and Pavilion may be, you can’t deny that the stark and nearly black-and-white facade does the trick. Far from cold or unwelcoming, instead, it’s simple and straightforward with a touch of class.
Completing the look is our Tile 151 in a custom color scheme that matches that of the walls and furniture. As the tiles get older and more well-loved, they also develop a patina that only gets better with age.
Luxury resorts and hotels are ideal places for modern floor tile designs. Hopefully, if there’s one thing this article has taught you, it’s that floor tiles don’t have to be old-fashioned—there’s more than one way they can adapt to the times and be more modern-looking.
For more tile styles, check out the rest of our blog, where we routinely give tips on how to use our tiles while featuring some of our favorite projects over the years. Who knows? Your project with us might make it onto an article too someday.
And for a quote on our iconic tiles for your design project, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the best brand of tiles in the Philippines, Machuca Tile! Contact us today and we’ll gladly assist you.