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Tiling your traditional kitchen is a great option, as tiles are naturally waterproof and hard-wearing. From the floor to walls, kitchen tiling can be both practical and stylish. But choosing tiles to fit with your kitchen design, and complement the style, can be a challenge. For traditional kitchens, there are a range of tiling layouts, styles and options available, and knowing which to go for can be confusing. But here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. And this is our guide to the top tiling ideas for traditional kitchens.
Tiling ideas for traditional kitchens
So, how could you tile your traditional kitchen, in keeping with the design and style of the room? Well, there are a wide range of options, including:
- Patterned tiles- tiles that are patterned with birds, or floral motifs, are often synonymous with traditional kitchens. Make sure you choose a traditional type of pattern, and avoid anything abstract or geometric, as these are better suited to contemporary kitchens. You should also choose a patterned tiles with colours that will suit the rest of your space.
- Tiling layouts- some tiling layouts lend themselves well to traditional themed kitchens, while others are more suited to the contemporary. Some of the tiling layouts that can be a good fit for a traditional kitchen include the herringbone tiling layout, and the basket-weave. These are more intricate and add a further level of detail to your tiling.
- Tiling colours- any tiles that you choose to install in your kitchen should fit with the colour scheme. But some good colour choices for traditional kitchens include black and white, grey, blues, oranges and terracotta.
Why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go? We have something to suit every home, and every style.