Circles are making a big statement this summer throughout a range of interior design trends. Whether its your light fixtures, or your wallpaper, circles and curves are certainly on trend. And using circles throughout your design can bring a range of advantages to any room. But what about tiling? Well, this trend is also great for tiling too. But how? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From floor tiles to wall tiles, tiling features to tiled wetrooms, we have something to suit every room, and every home. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the effective options for circular and curved tiling.
What are the effective circular and curved tiling options?
Circular tiles are yet to exist. And if they did, it certainly would be complicated to tile. So how can tiles join in with this emerging trend? Well, there are a number of ways including:
- Tiling mosaics that create circular patterns- joining multiple tiles together to create a circle can be a great option. This works best with small format tiles, and square tiles, with a light coloured background and a dark coloured circle. Once completed, your wall will be covered in circles, and with tiny grout lines, you wont be able to see the joins.
- Tiles with circles printed on- another option is to choose slightly larger tiles where the circle outline has already been printed on the tile itself. This can be very effective in any space, especially for contemporary floor and wall tiles.
Why is this trend so popular?
So, why are people opting for tiles to support this circular trend? Well, there are a number of reasons, including:
- Circles grab attention- we are used to walls tiles with squares and rectangles so circles bring a totally different aesthetic, that can be really visually pleasing.
- Suit any style- the circle is a design trend that can be suited to both contemporary and traditional properties, so it has a wide audience and a range of applications.
Why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?