Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From contemporary tiles to traditional, patterned and textured to plain and glossy, we stock a range of tiles suitable for a variety of tiling projects. And this is our guide to everything you should know about combining blue tiling shades.
What are the effective options for combining blue tiling shades?
Using tiles in a range of blue shades can be a very effective option for any interior space, and there are a number of ways to achieve this, including:
- Creating a fading effect- tiles that fade from one shade of a colour to another can create a stunning and interesting visual feature. With blue tiles, you can start with rich, deep blue tones and move towards pastel or pale blue at the other end. This fade can be used horizontally across a splash back space or feature wall, or it can be applied vertically.
- Using shaded blue tiles- some tiles are available that are themselves a mixture of blue shades. These are often large format tiles, and even blue tones timber effect tiles can have this additional effect. Using these tiles can help to add visual contrast across a large space, such as the floor or walls, without overpowering the space itself.
- Separately tiles by colour– using one tone of blue tile for three walls, and using a contrasting tone for one feature wall can be a stylish and effective design choice. For smaller spaces, using light blue tones on most of the walls will help to reflect the light and make the space feel larger, while the darker wall will add contrast and character. For larger spaces the darker blue can be used more effectively, depending on your preference.
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