Considerations for living room tiling


Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From tiling trends, to patterns and layouts, we have the expertise and knowledge to help you create the perfect home. But what are the important considerations for living room tiling? And how can you be sure to achieve the right results?

What are the important considerations for living room tiling?

When it comes to tiling your living room, there are several factors to consider to ensure that you choose the right type of tile for your needs. Here are some key considerations to keep in mind:

  • Durability: it’s important to choose a tile that can withstand wear and tear in the living room, as this is a high traffic area that will be regularly used. Both porcelain and ceramic tiles are hardy options that can withstand foot activity and are scratch- and stain-resistant, but porcelain is the more durable of the two options, and so will be the better option.
  • Size and shape: Because tiles come in a variety of sizes and shapes, take into account the overall design you desire for your living room. Smaller tiles can produce a more elaborate and detailed design, while larger tiles might give the impression that a space is larger.
  • Colour and style: Your living room’s overall appearance and atmosphere can be greatly influenced by the colour and style of your tile. While bright colours or patterns can give the room a burst of personality, neutral colours like beige, grey, and white can produce a timeless and adaptable design.
  • Texture: The texture of your tile can also affect the overall look and feel of your living room. Smooth, glossy tiles can create a sleek and modern look, while textured tiles can add depth and visual interest to the space.
  • Maintenance: Consider the amount of maintenance required for your chosen tile. Some tiles may require more upkeep than others, so choose a tile that fits your lifestyle and cleaning preferences.

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