Choosing tiles for your new kitchen or kitchen renovation project, can be a challenge. But one tiling option that is suitable for any property in any style, is monochrome tiling. But how can you use monochrome tiling in the kitchen, and what are the benefits? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From contemporary tiles to traditional, patterned and textured tiles, we stock a range of tiles suitable for a variety of tiling projects. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about monochrome tiling.
Using monochrome tiling in the kitchen
To use black and white tiling effectively in the kitchen, you could consider:
- Checkerboard floor tiling- suitable for all style of kitchen, contemporary and traditional, checkerboard floor tiling can be an impressive kitchen feature.
- Contrasting feature wall- if the rest of your kitchen is tiled with white tiles, you can create a stunning feature wall using black tiles. This high level of contrast can attract attention and create a central focal point for the room. Alternatively, you could use this technique to create a feature splash-back area, around the sink.
- Black and white patterned tiles- patterned tiles can be visually effective in all styles of kitchen, including contemporary design. You could opt for black and white patterned tiles for impressive visual results.
What are the advantages of monochrome tiling in the kitchen?
So why should you choose black and white tiles for your kitchen? Well, there are a number of advantages to choosing these two contrasting colours, including:
- Timeless design- monochrome tiling is classic and timeless, so you wont have to worry about your kitchen being off trend, or needing to replace your tiles in just a few years.
- Versatile- black and white monochrome tiling can be used effectively in kitchens of all styles, including farmhouse and country kitchens, as well as contemporary and traditional too.
For your latest tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, online or in store, here at Tiles 2 Go?