Textured tiles can be a great addition to any home, in any style. From wet room floors, to kitchen feature walls, textured tiles can be traditional, or contemporary in style. But using these, in combination with plain tiles, can be tricky. Especially when you are aiming for just a subtle hint of character or contrast. That’s why using textured border tiles can be so successful. So, how can you use textured border tiles to create the right style and feel for your space? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. As a result, we have produced this guide to help you use textured border tiles effectively.
Using textured border tiles
So, what should you consider before installing textured wall tiles, to make sure you get the most out of them? Well, there are several things to bear in mind, including:
- The style- if you are creating a contemporary space, you will need to choose textured tiles that support this aim. This could mean choosing tiles with a rugged natural feel, like natural timber or stone effect tiles. While for traditional spaces, marbled textured tiles, and 3D effect tiles can be perfect.
- The colour- if you want your textured border tiles to really stand out, choose a colour that contrasts with the rest of the space. But for a more subtle hint of contrast, choose a different shade of the same colour used in the rest of the room. You could also consider the grout colour, using contrasting grout to create a clear boundary between the rest of the tiles and the textured border tiles.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go. Or why not take a look at our range of textured tiles, online or in store?