Patterned tiles are a popular choice for all manner of spaces and design themes. But what is wave pattern tiling? And how can this be used effectively? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts, and this is our guide to everything you should know about wave pattern tiling.
What is wave pattern tiling?
Wave pattern tiling is a tiling trend that involves creating a wave like tiling effect. This can be created in a number of different ways, including:
- Wave textured tiles- tiles themselves can be textured with a 3D wave effect that allows the tile to stand out from the wall and become a strong visual feature in any room.
- Tiles with a wave pattern– the rising and falling of a wave can be mirrored on pattered tiles that use similar shades of the same colour to create a wave like pattern effect. When used together in a small space, like for a splashback or feature wall, this can be very effective.
- Using curved tiles- curved tiles and semi-circular tiles can be very effective, and these can be installed in such a way as to create the visual effect of a wave. This can be very visually impressive, but is most effective for small areas rather than across the whole room.
What are the advantages of wave pattern tiling?
There are a number of advantages and benefits to using wave pattern tiling, especially in the bathroom. These advantages include:
- Creating a visual feature- using wave pattern tiling is a straight forward option for creating a feature wall that will attract attention in any space, but in particular the bathroom. The wave pattern unites the liquid nature of the room, with your decor, and creates a striking result.
- Suitable for all interior design styles- because there are so many options for creating effective wave pattern tiling, you can be sure that there is a style that will complement your interior design theme, whatever that may be. From traditional to contemporary spaces wave pattern tiling can be a good fit.
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