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HOTEL & SPA TRANQUILLITY atures and roles of tiles to consider when designing the ideal hotel pool or spa area.


Consider Colourways


Colour psychology implies that different colours affect the way we feel. For example, yellow is typically associated with warmth and positive energy, red represents love and excitement, whilst white can be a symbol of purity and innocence. If tiles with material effects, such as wood, aren’t able to construct your desired atmosphere, then look at your colour options.


Blue hues are commonly used in pool and spa settings to display a cool, calming ambience. However, you could also investigate green or even black tones to provide difference but with a similar emotive vibe depending on the tones. You could also explore a multi-atmosphere approach for settings where a daytime vibe needs to differ from night; this can beaccomplished through the investment in neutral tiles and


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the injection of colour through interchangeable lighting.


Due to practical benefits, tiles are the most obvious material choice for both walls and floors within a hotel and spa setting and, therefore, are likely to be the primary covering on display. It’s for this reason that tiles have such great importance when it comes to achieving a desired atmosphere and guest experience as they’ll represent the majority of the décor. Thanks to technological advancements in tile printing, hotel pools and spas are no longer limited to certain design schemes as many stunning tiles are now being manufactured with high durability and safety standards. So, when it comes to planning these spaces, think about the desired outcome to satisfy guests and do your tile research!


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