Grey is a popular tile choice. From bathrooms to conservatories, you will often find grey tiles being used throughout the home. And different shades of grey will create different effects, when used effectively. So could grey tiles be suitable for your tiling project? And how can grey tiles be used effectively? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. So we always keep up to date with the latest trends and developments, to provide our customers with the best knowledge. As a result, we have produced this guide to using grey tiles around the home.
Using grey tiles around the home
Grey tiles can suit any room in the home, including:
- the bathroom
- the kitchen
- the hallway
- the conservatory
Using grey tiles in the bathroom
The bathroom is a popular room to kit out with grey tiles. From dark charcoals, to pale greys, the opportunities are endless. And this can be used to suit any style bathroom too. From contemporary bathrooms, to the more traditional, there is a perfect shade of grey to suit your style. For a contemporary bathroom, why not try darker grey to add a touch of drama and character to your bathroom. While for a traditional bathroom, a slate grey can be more effective.
When using grey tiles around the home, you shouldn’t forget about the kitchen. Kitchens are the heart of the home. And grey tiles can be perfect for kitchen floors, where they provide a stunning backdrop to either a contemporary or a traditional kitchen.
While dark greys can be dramatic and stylish, lighter greys can be soothing, welcoming and calming. Which means they can be perfect for welcoming guests to your home in the hallway. Very pale grey tiles might be more suited to the wall, rather than the floor, as dirty footprints will be less visible on a darker background.
Why not take a look at our range of grey tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?