Choosing tiles to create a decorative feature 

Using tiles as a feature for any space can be highly effective both visually and in terms of practicality. But what should you consider when choosing tiles to create a decorative feature?

What are the important considerations when choosing tiles to create a decorative feature?

There are a number of factors to take into account when choosing tiles to create a feature in any space. These include:

  • Overall style and design – the first thing to consider is the style and design of the space itself. You will need to choose tiles that fit with the interior design theme you are creating, whether that’s traditional or contemporary. Feature tiles can be a great fit for any space as long as you consider the design style.
  • Size and shape of the tiles – once you know what style of tiles will complement your interior design you can start to choose the tiles themselves. One of the main things to consider is the style and the shape of the tiles. From oversized, large format tiles that can create a striking continuous tiling effect, to hexagonal or even curved tiles, there are a variety of options to consider. Each of these can make a big impact in your space, whether you opt for feature floor tiling or feature wall tiling, or a small feature like a backsplash.
  • Colour and design of the tiles – finally you will need to consider the colour and the design of the tiles. Tiles are available in a variety of colours to complement any space, and they can also be patterned or textured to suit your design theme. Colours, patterns and textures help to create visual contrast in any space and this can draw attention, creating a stylish and attractive focal point. 

For your latest tiling project why not take a look at our range of tiles today? Or for more information or advice about the right tiles for your property, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.