Creative Applications With Coating You Never Imagined

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Coatings Ceramic and porcelain tiles are gaining more prominence in creative architects and interior designers, often taking on the starring role in an environment. Versatility is one of the main characteristics of these floor coatings (ทาสีพื้นปูน which is the term in Thai): advances in the material’s production technology have already allowed great innovations for coatings, innovations such as 3D relief textures and high-resolution printing, generating a very large range of textures, colors, and formats.

1 – Countertops And Bowls

It is not only possible to make a bench out of granite or marble. One of the most innovative applications of ceramic tiles is using this type of material in countertops and kitchen islands, bathrooms, and service areas. Porcelain, for example, is a material that can be used for countertops because it has great strength and durability, low absorption, and is not very porous, which makes it difficult for stains to appear. Another advantage is the diversity of finishes, colors, and textures available on the market, allowing creativity in projects to be abused.

In the case of porcelain tiles, in addition to the surface of the countertops, it is also possible to mold the tank itself in the same material, the so-called mounted tanks or “sculpted tanks.” This is an interesting feature because it completely standardizes the part and achieves satisfactory aesthetic results, enhancing the project.

A precaution that must be taken into account when using porcelain tile countertops must be executed by an experienced professional. It requires a refined finish to ensure a good result. The splices require attention in the execution so that they are not fragile and easily damaged.

2 – Covering Of Headboards And Paneling

 A ceramic tiled headboard, is this possible? With a lot of creativity, yes. Ceramic coating can be used to compose, for example, a headboard or even a paneling on the wall. Labri is the name used for a type of wall covering, usually made of wood, which is half-height (in some cases, it has the height of the entire wall) and serves as a frame for the room. The paneling can have different textures, from a smooth finish to layout on laths and pieces with different shapes, depending on the desired effect in the project.

Ceramic tile is a good alternative for headboards and paneling due to its lower cost compared to natural materials such as marble and hardwoods and its resistance. Care that must be taken when using the ceramic covering on the headboard is to remember that the material will provide a “cold” sensation when touched; therefore, pillows are recommended to ensure greater comfort for the user.

3 – Tables, Benches, And Sideboards

 Another great innovation in the use of ceramic tiles is the application of the material on furniture such as tables, benches, and sideboards. From tabletops to benches with unusual designs, this innovative application in the market has conquered many followers looking for personality in the projects. The great advantage of using ceramic tile in this type of furniture is, once again, the cost, durability, strength, and diversity of existing finishes.

Exploring creativity, it is possible to design exclusive furniture that fits perfectly into the project, overcoming the great difficulty often faced by architects and interior designers to find furniture with a harmonious language that is coherent with the project’s overall aesthetic.