Using tiles with three different colours

Tiles can make or break the design of your room. And choosing the right tile colours and styles is an important consideration. But have you consider using tiles with three different colours? Using two different tiling colours is a popular practice, but using three colours can create a totally different effect. So what are the different options? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts, and we have something to suit every property, domestic and commercial, as well as every budget. And this is our guide to everything you should know about combining three different tile colours effectively.

What are the options for using tiles with three different colours?

There are a number of options that can be stylish and effective combining three different colour tiles in the same space. These options include:

  • Alternating tile colours- instead of the standard two colour alternating tiles, in a checkerboard or grid layout, why not use three colours instead? Alternating between three colours can create stunning visual effects, and depending on the layout of the tiles, you could create an attractive visual feature.
  • Creating a striped effect- using three different tile colours to create vertical or horizontal stripes can be a good option. The stripes will immediately direct attention, and the feature will have a more uniform style than a simple alternating colour wall. You could even create diagonal stripes using diagonal tiling.
  • Shades of the same colour- if you want a more subtle effect, choose tiles that are all different shades of the same colour, like blue or grey for example. This can help you create a stylish contemporary effect in any kitchen, bathroom or hallway.

If you’re ready to start your latest tiling project, why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go in Preston?