Using tiles that create circular patterns


The round edges of a circle are soft and soothing, which is perfect for creating relaxing, calming interiors. But for tiles that are usually rectangular or square, the circle has taken longer to crack this part of interior design. At least until last year. During 2019, there was a large increase in the number of home owners and property developers opting for circular tiling patterns and designs. And one of the most effective ways to achieve this effect, is by using tiles that create circular patterns when joined together. But what are the advantages of this tiling trend? And how can circular tiling be used effectively in your home? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From floor tiles to wall tiles, tiling features to tiled wetrooms, we have something to suit every room, and every home. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about circular patterned tiling.

How can you create circular tiling patterns?

Circular tiling patterns can be created in two different ways. Firstly, you can choose patterned tiles that when joined together, create smaller circle shapes. Alternatively, you can use larger tiles, with full circles already decorating the tile, which created a uniform approach. Combining patterned tiles is the most popular choice, and this can be very effective.

What are the advantages of using tiles that create circular patterns?

There are several advantages to this tiling trend, including:

  • Visual effect- because most tiling features us squares or rectangles, the circular design will really stand out and grab attention. This can create a stunning visual effect for the floors or walls of any room.
  • Soften up your space- contemporary kitchens and bathrooms are often given a poor reputation for being a little clinical. Circular tiles can soften these hard edges and bring a touch of personality and character, without breaking the design style.

Why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?