For any rustic kitchen, timeless charm is the aim of the design. From stunning timber worktops, to a family dining space, there are certain features that are synonymous with a rustic kitchen design. This can also include patterned tiles. Depending on the style or colour scheme, patterned tiles can be an effective addition to your rustic kitchen. But what should you consider when choosing patterned tiles for rustic kitchens? And how can you use patterned tiles effectively? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From hallways to conservatories, kitchens to bathrooms, we stock a range of effective tiles to suit any style room. Including a rustic kitchen. And this is our guide to everything you should know about rustic kitchens and patterned tiles.
Tips for choosing patterned tiles for rustic kitchens
So when it comes to patterned tiles, what are some of the most effective tiling choices you can make, for any rustic kitchen? Well, there are several things you should consider, including:
- The colour scheme- patterned tiles are available in a variety of colours, to suit a range of colour schemes and designs. Choose the colour that will most effectively match or compliment your colour scheme. Terracotta patterned tiles, white or black, as well as pastel coloured tiles can be effective for a rustic kitchen.
- The design- from floral patterns to traditional designs, your patterned tiles should be relevant to the style or period of the rustic kitchen you are creating. Victorian design patterned tiles, with geometric or floral patterns, can be a stunning addition to your rustic kitchen of the same period.
- Practical considerations- You should consider whether your patterned tiles will be used for floor tiling or wall tiling. In general, large patterned floor tiles work better than tiles with a more intricate pattern, which are better suited for wall tiling. For either wall or floor tiles in the kitchen, you will need waterproof, resistant and hard-wearing tiles.
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