Different ways to use pastel tiles

When choosing tiles for any space, there are a number of factors to consider, including the colour of the tiles. If you want to add colour to your room, but don’t want the tones to be too bright or imposing, pastel colours can be a great option. So what are the different ways to use pastel tiles? And how can you achieve the right results for your space?

What are the different ways to use pastel tiles?

From dusty pinks to pale blues, there are a wide variety of tiles available in a range of pastel colours. And these can be a great addition to any home. But what are the effective options for using these tiles in your space? Well, there are several options, including:

  • Combining colours- the pale pastel colours can combine effectively with richer, bolder colours to create a stunning visual impact. You could opt to use pastel tiles for the rest of the space, and use bold colours for a feature wall, border, or a splash-back. Alternatively, you could create a feature all by alternating between bold and pastel tiles. Either way, this combination could be very visually effective.
  • Choosing a pattern- patterned tiles in a pastel colour can be very effective. This is because the lighter colour allows the bolder pattern to stand out more effectively, and it can be more visually appealing in a smaller space. Choose a pastel colour that matches the rest of your room for the best possible results.
  • Tile finish- matt or gloss pastel tiles can both be a good option depending on the rest of your space, and the overall style. You can even combine both for a fresh, interesting result.

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