On the floor and on the wall
Home Project Large tiles on the floor, small facing stones on the wall, this slate kitchen definitely has everything to please us. Combined with a metal worktop and white lacquered furniture, this gives the room a decidedly modern look.
To delimit spaces
Castorama If in the bathroom you don't want to achieve a total slate look, you can also coat only the lower part of the walls and paint the rest in white. Ideal for keeping some light.
In the living room
Ardoise Quartz Classify this black and white living room which has dared to use slate tiles! What we particularly like are the different shades of gray and black depending on the tiles, don't you?
Indoor by Capri Slate tiling is not only reserved for contemporary interiors. The proof with this beautiful wooden chalet which installed it on the ground with class. We love !
Indoor by Capri Raw finish for this slate tile with pretty yellow reflections. In a bathroom, with a large stone basin, it brings a mineral and natural side of the most relaxing.
Porto Venere To give your entry or your living room all the design they deserve, bet on large slate tiles. Blow of heart for these of a black crow as we rarely see.
With relief effects
Indoor by Capri We have the impression that by passing our hand over this slate wall tile, we will feel some roughness. No! These are only relief effects that give the living room a graphic impression like carved in stone.
Indoor by Capri If you are afraid of darkening the room with a black slate, know that there are also lighter shades like gray. We then choose small rectangles of tiling that we dare on one or more walls in the bathroom for example.
Slate Quartz The advantage with slate is that you can also install it outside without worrying that it will be damaged. To create a small patio or even make a large terrace, it is ideal.