Different ways to use rectangular tiles in the kitchen

Rectangular tiles can be a great addition to any room, especially the kitchen. But with so many different types and sizes of rectangular tiles available, how can you make the best choice? Well, there are a number of different ways to use rectangular tiles in the kitchen, effectively, and to achieve the right results.

What are the different ways to use rectangular tiles in the kitchen?

There are a number of different and effective ways to use rectangular tiles in the kitchen. These include:

  • Timber effect floor tiling- large format, thin tiles with a timber effect can be a great flooring option for any kitchen. These are designed to look just like hardwood flooring, and are available in a range of colours to match your design scheme.
  • Subway or metro tiles- small rectangular tiles like subway or metro tiles can be very effective. These are used most often for wall tiling and can be a good option for a feature wall, or splashback feature. Straight lay, vertical, or brick bond are all different tiling layouts that can be very effective for subway or metro tiles, and you can even experiment with grout colours and tile colours to get the best possible visual results.
  • Rectangular wall tiling- standard size rectangular tiles can be very effective for wall tiling in any kitchen. Unlike the subway tiles, these will not show as many grout lines, and they can help to create a subtle and effective background for any kitchen.

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