Adding character to your kitchen with tiling

Tiles can have a big effect on the character and personality of a room. Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts, and we have something to suit every property, domestic and commercial, as well as every budget. This is our guide to everything you should know about adding character to your kitchen with tiling.

What are the effective options for adding character to your kitchen with tiling?

There are a number of different ways to using tiling to add character to your kitchen space. These methods include:

  • Using textured tiles
  • Using patterned tiles
  • Using tiling layouts

Textured tiles can add character to your kitchen

Textured tiles are designed to have a 3D effect, with some parts of the tile having more depth than others. This creates a very tactile effect, that can draw attention and create a visual feature in any room. This also adds character to the room, because of the unusual visual effect. Choose tiles that are the same colour as the rest of the space for a subtle result, or tiles that will stand out and add to the contrast for a stunning visual effect.

Patterned tiles can add character to your kitchen

Patterned tiles are available in all kinds of different styles, from contemporary to traditional. Choose abstract or contemporary design to create a kitchen with a playful yet modern design, and floral patterned tiles for a more traditional space.

Tiling layouts can add character to your kitchen

Tiling layouts are created by installing tiles using a particular method. Some tiles with unusual shapes can create an effective visual impact with simple straight lay, like hexagonal tiling, while other more intricate layouts can also be achieved. From chevron tiling, to grid tiling, and herringbone tiling to the brick bond layout, the way your tiles are installed can give depth and character to any kitchen space.

If you’re ready to start your latest tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go in Preston?