Choosing the right tiles for your space can have a big impact on the room and the visual effect. Structured tiles can be a very effective option for any space, but how can these be used effectively? 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 the effective options for structured tiles.
What are the effective options for structured tiles?
There are a number of different options for using structured tiles effectively, and these include:
- Creating a feature wall- using structured tiles can be a good way to direct attention to one particular area of the room, for example, a kitchen splashback or a fireplace tiling feature. The texture of the tiles and the 3D effect can draw the eye immediately and create an interesting visual contrast.
- Hallway wall tiling- for smaller spaces, like hallways and porches, structured tiles can be an effective wall option. Because this is a smaller space, the effect will not be overwhelming.
- Creating contrast- one of the most effective options for structured tiles is to use these in combination with plain, smooth tiles to create visual contrast between the textures. This can include using plain tiles on the floor, as well as combining these two different tiles styles for wall tiling options. A feature wall in structured tiles, in a space that otherwise uses regular tiles, can be a great option for any space, particularly bathrooms.
- Choosing the right tiling effect- structured tiles are incredibly varied and as such you should choose the design and style option that best suits your interior design scheme. This can include stone effect structured tiles, which can be very beneficial for both traditional and contemporary spaces, as well as others with more complex patterns.
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