Colour choices for Victorian floor tiles

Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From tiling patterns, to tiling styles for various rooms, we have all the knowledge and experience to help you make the right tiling choices. And this includes installing tiles too. As a result, we have produced this guide to the different colour choices for Victorian floor tiles.

What are the most effective colour choices for Victorian floor tiles?

For your period property, Victorian floor tiles can be a stunning visual feature, in any room, although they are used most frequently in the hallway and kitchen. Victorian floor tiles are available in a wide range of patterns and designs, and the layout you choose can even be effective for sealing that traditional look. But what about the tile colour? Well, there are actually a range of tiling colours you could consider for your Victorian floor tiling, so you can choose the right tiles to suit your overall colour scheme. These tile colours include:

  • Monochrome- black and white tiling colours were a staple of Victorian interior decor. The checkerboard tiling layout is the most common option and this uses alternating black and white square tiles to create a stunning visual effect. This can make a big impact in your kitchen or bathroom.
  • Terracotta- burnt reds, oranges and terracotta colours were also popular throughout Victorian design. These can add an earthy, natural feel to any space, especially the kitchen and hallway.
  • Blue- while blue might not initially seem like a colour that is traditionally Victorian in style, it was actually very popular for the more wealthy properties. Royal and powder blue coloured tiles can be a good way to add a contemporary twist to your traditional Victorian tiling, choosing patterns that use shape rather than floral prints.

Why not take a look at our range of incredible Victorian styled tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?