The hallway is the entrance to the home. This is the space that your guests will see first, when you invite them in. And that’s why it’s a great idea to create a feature in this part of the home. Tiling features in the hallway can vary depending on your style and preferences, as well as your design for the space itself. So how do you know you are making the right tiling choices? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. And we help homeowners and property developers make the right tiling choices, day after day. As a result, we have produced this guide to creating tiling features in the hallway.

Tiling features in the hallway

Tiling features in the hallway can attract attention, add character and personality to your space, and really help your home stand out. These can be created in a range of ways, from subtle changes, to bold statements. And a hallway tiling feature can be either on the hallway floor, or the walls. So your first decision will be to choose a space. From there, there are a range of other options to decide on. These include:

  • Tiling layout- using an interesting or intricate tiling layout, that creates an area of contrast and interest is a good way to create a subtle tiling feature. To make this more bold, you could also alternate tiling colours, or patterns, to create a more visual feature. However, changing the tiling layout alone, is a great option for both contemporary and traditional spaces.
  • Tile colours- the easiest way to create any tiling feature is to use a colour that will stand out. For example, if the rest of your hallway is tiled in cream, a beige or grey tiled feature can really stand out, while still emphasizing the neutral and natural tones. You could even opt for dramatic, deep colours like purples and emeralds to create a more significant visual effect.

For more information or advice about tiles for your hallway, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.

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