Neutral tiling is a great choice for bathrooms and kitchens in all styles, from contemporary to traditional. But for some, the neutral tiling throughout the home can become a little bit bland and repetitive. But adding visual interest to neutral tiling can be easier than you might expect. So what are your options? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From floor tiling to wall tiling, we have everything you need to create a stunning space. As a result, we have produced this guide to help add visual features to your neutral tiling.
What are the effective options for making neutral tiling more visually interesting?
So, how can you make your beige tiles more interesting? Or add some fun to your plain white tiling? Well, there are several things you could consider, including:
- Adding textured border tiles
- Adding colour patterns
- Choosing an interesting tiling layout
Textured border tiles
In a room tiled with neutral tiles, adding texture can be a really effective method of increasing the visual interest in the room. Textured border tiles can mimic real textures, like stone or timber, to bring a natural element to your room. And these are available in colours that will suit and compliment the rest of your neutral tiling.
Adding colour patterns
Neutral colours include a whole network of colours from white and cream, to brown and beige. And this means that if your room is looking a little bland, you could add some new colours into your tiling pattern to spice things up. Why not alternate colours on your floor tiling for a stylish checkerboard effect? Or add tiles of a different colour to create a stunning splashback feature?
Tiling layouts can also be sued to add more visual interest to your room. Why not opt for a complicated tiling pattern, like a herringbone layout, or a basket weave for a touch of traditional class? Or a stylish grid layout with contrasting grout for a contemporary touch?
Why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?