Neutral tiling options for bathrooms

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When tiling your new bathroom, there are a range of tiling choices to make. From the colour of the tiles, to the size, shape and layout, tiling can become more complicated than you might first have thought. That’s why, sticking to a colour scheme or room style can be helpful for many home owners and property developers. And neutral tiling could be the perfect solution. So what is neutral tiling, and how can you make it work for your bathroom? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about neutral tiling in the bathroom.

What are the most effective neutral tiling options for bathrooms?

Neutral tiling is all about using natural and neutral colours, and relaxed layouts. This can help to create a bathroom that is calming and elegant, and perfect for any style space, from the most contemporary, to more traditional designs. But how can you make sure your neutral tiling is successful? Well, you could consider:

  • Choosing marble effect tiles- marble effect tiles are 100% waterproof, unlike real marble. But they still provide the same stylish and attractive visual effect. Marble in bathrooms is synonymous with sophistication and luxury, so you can create a space that is really opulent. Why not pair this tiling with a roll top bath for a really impressive result?
  • Timber effect tiles- timber effect tiles can also be a good fit for a bathroom, as these tiles are designed to look like hard wood, without needing the same level of maintenance and care as real wood. They can also be colour washed in grey or blue, to make them even more suitable for your bathroom.
  • Colour scheme- For plain tiles to fit the neutral theme, you will need to choose neutral colours, such as greys, creams and browns. Choose two complimentary colours so that you can blend these together throughout your bathroom, and even create areas of visual interest.

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