When it comes to decorating your conservatory or sun-room, it is important to make design choices that are both practical and stylish. For this reason, many people opt for tiles as their conservatory flooring. And here at Tiles 2 Go, we can see why. As Preston’s leading tiling experts, we know how effective tiles can be as a flooring option in any room. As a result, we have produced this guide to the practical considerations for conservatory tiles.
Practical considerations for conservatory tiles
There are several aspects of conservatory tiles that you should consider before making a purchase. These include:
- the tile style
- the tile colour
- the tile layout
Ultimately, for a conservatory tiled floor that really is both practical and stylish, you will need tiles that ae waterproof, durable, and hard wearing.
The tile style
Tiles aren’t just rectangular or square lumps of colour anymore. In fact tiles can be made to look just like natural, hard wood flooring, or natural stone. While these tiles look very realistic, they have the added bonus of being naturally water-resistant, unlike wood or stone, and are extremely hard-wearing.
At the same time, more traditional tiles can be very effective in the conservatory. Add in some colour with reds, blues or greens, or stay natural with creams, beiges and browns. As the conservatory or sun-room tends to lead into the garden, you might consider a dark tile colour that will not stain easily from mud or dirt.
Why not add some personality to your conservatory with an interesting tiling layout. Something traditional, like the checkerboard layout can be a fantastic addition to a more traditional, classic home. While large format hexagonal tiles can be a real benefit for more contemporary homes.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Tiles 2 Go.