Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From contemporary tiling, to tiling advice, we are always up to date with the latest trends. And this includes tiling for traditional homes, and kitchens. You can breathe new life into a traditional kitchen, with a simple tile update. Or you can add your own unique styling to a new traditional fitted kitchen, by choosing the right tiles. To help you choose the right kitchen tiles for traditional kitchens, we have produced this guide.
Patterned tiles for traditional kitchens
In a traditional kitchen, there is more scope for development, and stylish additions. As a result, the traditional kitchen is the perfect place to add patterned tiles. Patterned tiles are available in a wide range of colours, sizes, and styles. So you should seriously consider what look you are aiming to create, before you settle for patterned tiles.
Black and white patterned tiles can suit almost any space, including the traditional kitchen. And with geometric patterns, or floral patterns to choose from, you can add personality and character to your own space. But coloured patterned tiles can also be used effectively, although if these are overused, they will be distracting rather than visually attractive. We would advise the coloured patterned tiles to be used in a splash-back zone, while black and white patterned tiles could be used as a whole feature wall. Although the two should not be combined in one kitchen. Sometimes less is more, after all!
Tiling layout for traditional kitchens
Patterned tiles can add character to a section of your kitchen, but what about the rest of the space? Well, this is where tiling layout can be extremely effective. From brick bond to the herringbone tiling layout, you can alter the way the tiles are installed, to create subtle depth to your tiling. This is very effective for the floor tiling in a traditional kitchen.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the experts today, here at Tiles 2 Go.