Across the UK, white kitchen suites are still the most popular choice for homeowners and property developers. And this crosses all kitchen styles, from the most traditional, to the most contemporary. And , when paired with a white suite, monochrome tiling can produce a stunning and beautiful effect. So how can monochrome tiling be used in the kitchen? And which layouts or designs work well? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to black and white tiling in the kitchen.
Black and white tiling in the kitchen
Black and white tiling in the kitchen can be incredibly effective. And there are a range of options available for you to use these tiles to make a real statement. The options include:
- tiling layouts
- wall and floor combinations
- tiling features
Black and white tiles can be laid in various patterns to create a stunning effect. For example:
- the checkerboard tiling pattern can be perfect for kitchen floors. This involves laying square tiles on a diagonal, and alternating the colours across the kitchen. The advantage of this is that the eye is drawn to the very corners of the tiles, so your kitchen actually looks wider than it really is.
- the grid tiling layout can be effective on kitchen walls. And by using a different colour tile, every third tile along, you will create a tiling pattern that is very effective.
Black and white tiling in the kitchen is the perfect for choice for creating a tiling feature. You could:
- create a feature wall using the herringbone layout, alternating both black and white tiles
- use black tiles for border tiles on an otherwise white wall
- use the basket-weave layout to create a feature wall, alternating both the black and white tiles into the pattern
For more information or advice, get in touch with Preston’s leading tiling experts today, here at Tiles 2 Go.