Considerations for choosing black floor tiles

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Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From natural effect tiles, to patterned, Victorian, or textured tiles, we have something to suit any home, in any style. We are dedicated to helping homeowners and property developers make the right tiling choices, day after day. As part of this we have noticed an increase in the popularity of black tiling for walls and floors. But what are the important considerations for choosing black floor tiles? And how can you achieve the right results?

What are the important considerations for choosing black floor tiles?

Black floor tiles can be a stunning addition to any room, including kitchens and bathrooms. But what should you consider when choosing black floor tiles? And how can this influence the overall visual effect, and the practicality of the space? Well, there are several things to consider, including:

  • The size of the tile- for floor tiles in any room, larger tiles can be the best option. These work well in both small spaces, as well as larger rooms. Because the tiles are larger, there are fewer grout lines and joins between the tiles, which means that the tiling can look continuous, and create the visual effect of an increase in space. For black tiles, this is even more important, as the dark colour can automatically make a space feel smaller.
  • The shade of black- there are a wide variety of different tile shades for any colour, including black. From dark grey, blue or purple, to solid black, there are a variety of colours to choose from. Make sure you choose the option that most suits the design in the rest of your space.
  • The pattern or texture- natural effect black floor tiles can have a subtle mottled or marbled effect pattern, which uses a lighter colour to accent the tile, but you could also choose black patterned tiles, or textured tiles. These can all bring something different to the visual design of your space, and help to make a bold statement.

For more information or advice about the right tiles for your property, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.