Stone effect tiling colours

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Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. From contemporary tiles to traditional, patterned and textured to plain and glossy, 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 stone effect tiling colours.

What are the different stone effect tiling colours to choose from?

Stone effect tiling has become increasingly popular thanks to the natural and striking results this can achieve. From large format floor tiling, to standard wall tiles, there are a wide range of shape options and sizes to choose from, as well as colours and tones. So what are the different colour options for stone effect tiles and which colour option should you choose for your space? Well there are several different options available including:

  • Blue tone stone effect tiles
  • Grey tone stone effect tiles
  • Beige tone stone effect tiles
  • Cream tone stone effect tiles

Blue stone effect tiles

Blue tone stone effect tiles might seem like the most unrealistic of the colour options but you can be assured that the result is striking. Many natural limestones and slates do have a blue tone and stone effect tiles can mirror this shade exactly creating a stunning slate effect or solid limestone effect floor which is sure to be a wow factor.

Grey stone effect tiles

Grey stone effect tiles range in tone from the lightest and palest greys to deep and rich grey tones. These tones are very effective for kitchen and bathroom spaces that have a contemporary or modern design theme, and can make for effective floor and wall tiling options.

Beige stone effect tiles

Beige and brown tones for stone effect tiles have long been popular and this can be very effective for neutral and natural interior design themes for any room in the home.

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