Tiling to create a continuous surface

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For contemporary homes, floor tiling throughout is becoming one of the most popular flooring options, used for living spaces, as well as the hallways, kitchens and dining rooms. And one popular trend related to this involves creating the illusion of continuous tiling, with no joints or gaps at all. But what do you need to consider when tiling to create a continuous surface? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about creating a continuous tiling surface.

Important considerations when tiling to create a continuous surface

If you want to create the impression of a continuous surface when tiling, there are a number of things you should consider, including:

  • Using rectified tiles- rectified tiles are designed evenly. This means that each tile is cut at a 45 degree angle, and finished with high-pressure water-jet cutting equipment, applied around the whole perimeter of the tile, to ensure that so that the edges are all identical and absolutely straight. This means that a minimal amount of grout can be used between tiles.
  • Choosing a similar grout colour- while rectified tiles allow the grout lines to be particularly narrow, the colour of the grout can make all the difference. A grout colour that is very similar to the colour of the tiles can blend into the overall surface, and create the impression of now joins at all. This allows you to create a stunning, contemporary design.
  • Choose the style- you should also choose the right style of tiles for your property. For the continuous tiling effect, many homeowners and property developers opt for timber effect floor tiling, as the very narrow joints allow these tiles to resemble hard wood flooring very closely. Stone effect tiling can also be very effective, creating the effect of luxury and elegance.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.