Effective options for patterned hallway tiling

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Patterned tiling can be a great choice for a range of rooms in your home. From the kitchen and bathroom, to the conservatory and hallway, patterned floor tiling can create an impressive visual effect. But how can you choose the right patterned tiles for your hallway? And what are the different options for patterned hallway tiling? Well, 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 patterned hallway tiling effectively.

What are the most effective options for patterned hallway tiling?

There are a number of different options for using patterned tiles for your hallway flooring. These include:

  • Victorian patterned tiles- traditional and classic, Victorian patterned floor tiles can be a stunning option for your hallway, especially in a period property, or a home with traditional decor. Why not opt for classic floral designs? Or a simple checkerboard tiling pattern?
  • Geometric patterned tiles- geometric patterned tiles are growing in popularity. With a stylish, contemporary look, this type of patterned tile can create a real visual statement in any room, especially the hallway. This is sure to attract the attention of any guests, as soon as they enter your property.
  • Honeycomb tiling- while this is more of a tiling layout, you can create a herringbone tiling effect by using hexagonal tiles. Simply use a bold, contrasting grout colour for between each hexagonal tile, and this will really accentuate the shape of the tiles, and create a stunning honeycomb effect. This is a great option for contemporary hallway floor tiling.
  • Repeated patterns- using tiles with a strong pattern that is repeated on the tile itself can create the effect of many smaller tiles, or one large patterned surface. With this, you should use only very fine grout lines, to keep attention focused on the pattern, and not the joins.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.