Grey is one of the most popular tiling colours available, and this can bring a neutral but stylish finish to any room, in any property, contemporary or traditional. From timber or stone effect floor tiles, to grey patterned tiles and subway tiles, there are a wide range of options available. But combining grey and white tiles, or off white tiles, is also very effective. But what are the most effective ways to combine these two tiling options? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about using grey and white tiles together.
What are the different options for combining grey and white tiles?
There are a number of effective ways to combine grey and white tiles in any room around your home. These include:
- Using grey tiled flooring with white wall tiles- grey tiled floors can be stunning in any property, contemporary or traditional. And the range of grey floor tiles is ever expanding, with a wide variety of textures, shades, and styles available. But when these are used for floor tiles, some plain white or off white tiles can be used effectively for wall tiling, with perhaps just one grey feature wall. This helps the floor really become the stand out feature of the room.
- Using grey and white patterned tiles- by far one of the most popular patterned tile colour combination, grey and white patterned tiles can be stunning in any room, including the bathroom, kitchen and hallway. These can be floral or geometric patterns, to suit the style of home. The colour of the pattern contrasts with the background of the tile to create a tiling effect with depth, adding character to your home. These can be used as either wall or tiles.
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