Considerations for Victorian floor tiling


Floor tiling is a practical choice for any home. From hallways and conservatories, to bathrooms and kitchens, tiled floors are practical, easier to clean and repair, and can be visually appealing too. Especially if you choose the right type of tiles for your property. Victorian floor tiling is a tiling trend that is always in fashion, and this can be an effective choice for both contemporary and traditional properties. But what are the important considerations for Victorian floor tiling? And how can you be sure to get the best results from your Victorian floor tiling?

What are the considerations for Victorian floor tiling?

When it comes to using Victorian floor tiling in your property, there are a number of things to consider. These include:

  • The tiling colour- from black and white, to terracotta and shades of red, Victorian tiling can cover all manner of colour schemes and design styles. Make sure you choose a colour that will suit your overall design scheme, as well as the space itself. In more contemporary properties for example, black and white Victorian tiling can be more effective than coloured tiles.
  • The tiling pattern- floral prints and birds, as well as geometric patterns tend to be the most common style of Victorian patterned tile. While these can create a stunning tiling feature, in the right style of room, they should be used in smaller flooring sections to create the best possible visual effect. Hallways and porch flooring for example, can be a better option than an entire kitchen or living area.

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