One of the most popular tiling colours for the kitchen is grey. Grey tiles can add a stylish design touch to any kitchen space, and there are a number of interesting design options when using grey tiling in the kitchen. Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From timber effect floor tiles to patterned tiles, we stock a range of tiles suitable for properties and homes with a variety of interior design styles. And this is our guide to everything you should know about grey tiling in the kitchen.

What are the effective options for using grey tiles in the kitchen?

Grey tiles have long been a popular option for kitchens, but how can you make this more visually interesting? Well there are a number of ways that you can transform your space with grey tiling. These include:

  • Using textured grey tiling- textured tiles are designed to be more 3D, with ridges that allow the tile to stand out and be appealing to the touch. Texture can also be created in 2D by creating the impression of depth. Choosing textured grey tiles can help to create an interesting visual impact that will draw attention and create an effective wall tiling feature or splashback space.
  • Choosing shaped grey tiles- choosing grey tiles that are an interesting shape, including hexagonal tiles, is an effective option for any kitchen space, especially a contemporary one. These can help to create a stunning floor space that will compliment your interior design scheme, but small format shaped tiles can also be effective for wall features too. This includes curved and rounded grey tiles for stylish splashbacks.
  • Choosing grey stone effect floor tiles- grey stone effect floor tiles can be a good choice for kitchens as these are available in a wide range of shades, from pale greys to deep, darker tones. Whichever tone you choose, you can be sure that your floor will look like natural stone, without the maintenance associated with that.

For your next tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?