Timber effect tiles are a great option for flooring in all manner of spaces, including contemporary living rooms and traditional kitchens. But you can do more with your timber effect tiles, and create a real tiling feature. This simply involves choosing the right layout for your space. So what are the most effective tiling layouts for timber effect floor tiles? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts, and we have something to suit every property, domestic and commercial, as well as every budget. And this is our guide to everything you should know about the different layout choices for timber effect floor tiles.
What are the most effective tiling layouts for timber effect floor tiles?
There are a number of very effective tiling layouts that can be well suited to timber effect floor tiles. These tiling layouts include:
- Staggered joint- a staggered joint design for your timber effect floor tiles can help to create a natural, neutral design. These are designed to look exactly like a hard wood floor, with planks connected in a staggered join, rather than a straight lay design. In fact, with timber effect tiles in the right colour, style and texture, in this layout, it will be impossible to tell the difference between tiles and a hard wood floor.
- Herringbone tiling layout- the herringbone tiling layout creates a stunning, unique tile design. Each tile is positioned at a 45 degree angle, and this creates a zig-zag effect that is sophisticated and luxurious. This will look stunning in any property, contemporary or traditional.
- Crosshatch layout- for something more unusual, the crosshatch layout is sure to attract attention to your floor tiling, and create an impressive visual effect. This involves using shorter tiles, arranged in sets of three, laid at a right angle to the next set of three.
If you’re ready to start your latest tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go in Preston?