As the entrance to the home, the porch is a great place to make a visual statement with tiles. Tiles can also be a very practical option here, as these are naturally waterproof, durable and easy to clean. But what are the different options for porch floor tiling? And how can you use tiles to create the right effect? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From patterned tiles to natural effect tiles, metro tiles to mosaics, we have a wide range of tiles available to suit any property and any style or design.

What are the different options for porch floor tiling?

There are a number of different options that you can choose for your porch floor tiling. The most effective choice will depend on the style or interior design you want to create, as well as the size of the space and the colour scheme. But some of the most popular options include:

  • Stone effect floor tiles
  • Patterned tiles
  • Hexagonal tiles

Stone effect floor tiles for the porch

For both traditional and contemporary homes, stone effect floor tiles can be a very effective option. Designed to look exactly like natural stone floor, these tiles are available in a range of colours from beiges to cremes and greys. This can have a stunning visual effect, as soon as your front door opens.

Patterned floor tiles for the porch

Patterned tiles can be a good choice for both large and small porch spaces. In small spaces, the patterns can be effective for drawing the eye to the corners of the room, and making the small porch feel larger than it really is. In a large space, more intricate patterns can be used effectively, as the increased patterning will better compliment a larger space.

Hexagonal floor tiles for the porch

Hexagonal floor tiles are a contemporary tiling option for any space, and this can be stunning for porches. Hexagonal tiles are available in both a large and small format, suitable for a range of porch spaces.

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