Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From tiling layouts, to tile ideas, we stay up to date with the latest trends, so that we can offer the most up to date advice. This includes helping homeowners and property developers decide on the tiles they need for certain areas of the home. Like the conservatory, or the hallway. As a result, we have produced this guide to choosing tiles for the hallway.
The hallway is a fairly busy area of your home. And it’s the area that guests will see first when you invite them in. That means that you need to get your hallway tiling just right. It needs to be able to cope with the heavy footfall, and it needs to be incredibly durable. But at the same time, hallway tiling needs to be stylish, or even make a statement.
Choosing the best type of tile for a hallway?
The best type of tile for a hallway will depend on the level of maintenance you are willing to practice. While a porcelain tile will be well equipped to handle the heavy footfall, with little to no maintenance, natural stone tiles can look more impressive, but will need additional maintenance to remain waterproof.
In your hallway you can also make bolder tile choices that you wouldn’t normally make. This is because it is a smaller area that is often separate from the rest of your living area.
Choosing tiles for the hallway
So, when it comes to choosing tiles for the hallway, make sure you choose tiles that will be practical, and well suited to your own personal taste. Some popular options include:
- Victorian checkerboard tiling for period properties
- wood effect tiling for contemporary properties
- geometric tiling
- interesting tiling patterns and layouts
Why not take a look at what we have in store today, here at Tiles 2 Go?