Neutral tiles are the perfect choice for any home. From contemporary styles to the more traditional, neutral tiles in kitchens and bathrooms have a timeless and classic appeal. But how can you make sure you get your neutral tiling just right? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to neutral tiling tips for bathrooms and kitchens.

Neutral tiling tips for bathrooms

While a plain white bathroom suite will never be a step in the wrong direction, pairing this with plain white tiles can have a clinical effect, devoid of personality. However, you can inject a subtle hint of character into your bathroom with neutral tiles. Whether you opt for beige’s, creams or greys, the tiles can add additional depth to the visual appeal of your bathroom.

If you want your tiling to stand out and make a visual feature however, neutral tiles are also a fantastic option. In fact, whether you opt for opulent marble floors, or simply use hexagonal tiles to create a feature wall, neutral coloured tiles will be the best option.

Alternatively, if practicality is your main sticking point, why not choose neutral porcelain tiles in a large format? These tiles will have less grout lines, which means less maintenance is required to keep them looking incredible.

Neutral tiling tips for kitchens

Neutral tiles are also a fantastic option for kitchens. While the neutral tones make for a gentle background to more rich colours in a contemporary kitchen, they also suit the natural and muted tones in the traditional kitchen.

Mopping up stains and spillages is important to keep your kitchen clean and hygienic, but the tiles you choose can also help with this. Large format neutral tiles are perfect for kitchen splash-back areas, as with no grout lines, there is no risk of staining. On the other hand, if you opt for small neutral coloured tiles with lots of grout lines, you need to make sure you seal the grout. Otherwise white grout can quickly become discoloured and look unsightly.

For more advice about using neutral tiles in kitchens and bathrooms, get in touch with the experts today here at Tiles 2 Go.