Tiling trends are currently focused around natural and neutral tiling styles like wood effect tiles and stone effect tiles. Cement or concrete effect tiles are another effective option, but what are these and why should you consider installing cement tiles? Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals, and this is our guide to everything you should know about cement effect tiles.
What are cement effects tiles?
Cement effect tiles are designed to look just like real polished cement or concrete and can be a very effective option for a wide range of properties.
What are the advantages of cement effect tiles?
There are a number of advantages and benefits to choosing cement effect tiles for your space. These advantages include:
- Great quality visual results- cement effect tiles can create seamless floor or wall tiling that looks just like real polished concrete. This can transform any space from the kitchen to the living room, adding character and visual interest to the space. For the best results why not consider using large format cement effect tiles for fewer grout lines and a continuous tiling effect. This can be very effective in any setting.
- Great value and low cost- while cement effect tiles may have the same visual impact as real polished cement, these tiles are much more cost effective and you could save hundreds, without having a negative impact on the visual result. As a result, you can save money for other areas that may need renovating.
- Versatile style- one of the biggest benefits of concrete effect tiling is the fact that this can be used effectively for a wide range of properties and design styles including modern, contemporary and industrial settings. There are a range of colours and textures to choose from when selecting concrete effect tiles and this means that you can also choose the design style most suited to your interior design and property overall.
For more information or advice about the right tiles for your property, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.