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 combinations of large and small format tiles effectively.
What are the different options for using large and small format tiles together?
There are a number of different options available for successfully combing both large format tiles, and small format tiles, to create a stunning and visually interesting space. These options include:
- Using small format tiles in just one space– by using large format tiles for the floor, and other areas of wall space around the room, you can then use small format tiles to create an effective feature wall space. This could be one whole wall, or just a smaller splash back area. Either way, the contrast between the tile sizes will be sure to draw attention and give character to your space.
- Using timber effect floor tiles- using timber effect floor tiles is an easy way to add large format tiles to any room, in any home. These are designed to look just like hardwood, and it can be impossible to tell the difference. But this leaves your walls free for smaller tiles, which can bring the perfect balance to your home.
- Combining stone effect tiles- alternatively, you could opt for natural stone effect large format tiles for the floor of your space. These can be tiled to create the effect of continuous tiling, with no gaps, or you can use grout lines as a design feature. Combining these then with small format stone effect wall tiles can be perfect. These can include square stone effect tiles, or rectangular, brick shaped stone effect tiles. Whichever you choose, you can create the right visual effect for your space.
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