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 updating white tiles in the kitchen .
What are the effective options for updating white tiles in the kitchen?
White tiles can be bright and help to create a kitchen space that feels light,airy and clean. But white tiles and grout can become discoloured over time and they aren’t the best option for adding character or personality to your kitchen space. So how can you effectively update your white tiles? Well there are a number of effective options including:
- Using pastel coloured tiles- pastel coloured tiles can be an effective option for updating your white tiles in small areas like the splashback area. This is because these are still a light coloured option that will reflect the light around the room, allowing the kitchen to maintain a bright and airy feel. Pastel coloured tiles also allow you to be more creative and expressive with your kitchen, although it will need to complement the design scheme of your kitchen.
- Using white patterned tiles- for a more understated way to update your white tiles you could opt for white patterned tiles. These can be patterns that complement your design style, with contemporary or traditional patterns available. This adds visual interest to your kitchen walls or floors without compromising the bright and light assets of standard white tiling.
- Using a more unusual tiling layout- finally, if you want to stick to plain white tiling you could decide to use a more unusual tiling style. From brick bond tiling to diagonal tiling, and herringbone tiling, there are a number of effective tiling layout options for white square or rectangular tiles. This adds subtle interest while maintaining the clean white finish.
For your latest tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, online or in store, here at Tiles 2 Go?