Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From kitchens and bathrooms, to hallways and living rooms, we have a range of tiles to suit any home, and any style. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about vertical rectangular wall tiling.
What are the advantages of vertical rectangular wall tiling?
Using rectangular wall tiles, installed vertically, can be a very effective option for a range of properties and interior design styles. In fact, this type of tiling can bring a range of advantages and benefits, including:
- Creating a visual feature
- Increasing the sense of space
- Range of layout and design options
Creating a visual feature with vertical rectangular wall tiling
Installing rectangular tiles in a vertical alignment can be a fantastic way to create a tiling feature in any space. This can be a feature wall, or tiling for a particular space, like the shower or splashback area in the bathroom. By turning the tiles vertically you can draw attention to the area and this can be emphasised further by using a different colour grout, or by using rectangular tiles of different sizes.
Increasing the sense of space with vertical rectangular wall tiling
By installing rectangular wall tiling vertically, you can draw the eye, and attention, up to the ceiling. This can increase the sense of space, especially in smaller spaces like pantries or cloakroom bathrooms or en-suites. This can be a very effective way to improve the visual design of the space.
Range of layout and design options for vertical rectangular wall tiling
When choosing rectangular wall tiles you will see there are a range of different options. From smaller subway tiles to larger, or large format rectangular tiles, there are a range of options available. You could even consider patterned rectangular tiles too. As a result, this is a tiling option that can complement any space, and any interior design style, from the most contemporary to the most traditional.
For your latest tiling project, why not take a look at what we can offer online or instore today? Or for more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.