When it comes to tiling your conservatory, there are hundreds of tiling options available. From neutral tiling with natural colours, to monochrome tiling for a unique unusual finish, you can choose tiles to suit any style and any theme. But have you considered patterned tiles? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. And we have produced this guide to conservatory tiling with patterned tiles.

Style

The biggest advantage of patterned tiles is that they can be used to create a contemporary style, or a traditional touch. So whether your home is the cutting edge of contemporary, or more traditional, patterned tiles can be perfect for your conservatory. For a contemporary appeal, opt for patterned tiles that use geometry and shape to create the pattern. While for a traditional look, go for more floral print tiles, with traditional designs.

Practical

Another reason to choose patterned tiles to tile your conservatory is because of the practicalities of the patterned tile. Because patterned tiles will often be a combination of colours, they can be a practical addition to the floor of the conservatory. This is because they can disguise any dirt or muck that is brought in from the garden or the outside, because of the pattern itself.

Visual interest

At the same time, patterned tiles could be used effectively on conservatory walls to add an area of visual interest. While in the summer months, you will no doubt be looking through all that glass at the outdoors, it can be less pleasant in the winter. But patterned tiles, especially those with a floral, traditional element can be very calming and relaxing to look at.

Conservatory tiling with patterned tiles can add both style and visual interest to your conservatory. And it offers something a lot different to the countless other conservatories that make use of neutral and natural tiling. Why not take a look at our range of patterned tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go.