Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. And we help homeowners and property developers make the right tiling choices, day after day. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about orange kitchen tiling.
What are the effective ways to use orange tiles in the kitchen?
Orange tiles can be bright and bold, or warm and rich, offering unique benefits to any kitchen design. But how can these tiles be used most effectively? Well, there are a number of options, including:
- Creating a feature wall- a feature wall or splashback feature can become the key visual focus in any kitchen. Orange tiles, or orange patterned tiles, can be the perfect choice for this because of the variety of shades and tones available. For a contemporary kitchen, bright and bold orange tiles can create a dramatic contrast with either a white or black kitchen suite. While deeper, more earthy tones can be the perfect choice for a more traditional kitchen space.
- Using orange patterned tiles- orange patterned tiles tend to have a white or grey background and are often more contemporary in style, using geometric shapes and abstract patterns rather than floral designs. However, for the traditional kitchen, more traditional orange patterned tiles are available too. With patterned tiles, the colour adds a subtle and interesting touch to the design, without overwhelming the whole space.
What are the advantages of orange kitchen tiling?
There are a number of advantages and benefits to using orange tiles in the kitchen. These advantages include:
- Creating a warm and welcoming space- orange is a bright, warm and cheerful colour that can brighten up any kitchen space, boosting mood and bringing positivity.
- Range of tones to suit your style- you can choose the right tone to complement your interior design.
- Creating a feature- orange tiles are perfect for creating a bold and eye catching visual feature.
For more information or advice about the right textured tiles for your property, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.