When it comes to your kitchen and bathroom, tiling trends are constantly changing and evolving. At Tiles 2 Go, Preston’s favourite tiling professionals, we know just how important it is to make sure your tiling is perfect. As a result, we have produced this guide to using white tiles effectively.
Why white tiles?
White tiles have been used effectively in kitchens and bathrooms for many years. As a result, they can be used perfectly in both traditional and contemporary homes, and they also suit a wide range of colour schemes and layouts.
White tiles are a great choice for a traditional kitchen, especially when paired with a white kitchen suite.
To make the most out of your white tiles, you could consider creating a splashback area using a subway layout. As this type of layout has been popular for a number of decades, the tiles can be really stunning and look fantastic in a traditional kitchen.
In contrast, if you want your white tiles to be a real statement piece in your contemporary kitchen, this is easily achieved.
When paired with vibrant colour schemes, like purples, blues and greens, the white tiles can be used to stunning effect, whether these are floor or wall tiles. Why not use a herringbone layout to add a new dimension to your room, and contrast with the straight edges of your contemporary kitchen suite?
White tiles as floor tiles are an unusual option, but they can be used very effectively, especially in the bathroom where the floor is less likely to tainted by dirty footprints.
Why not mix and match white floor tiles with a more vibrant colour to make your floor really stand out? This can be a fantastic option for your contemporary bathroom.
White tiles are a fantastic wall tile option, for a range of rooms. This is because white is a neutral colour that allows the room to feel like a blank canvas.
However, if you want your white tiles to be a feature and really stand out, why not use white tiles as border tiles in a darker room? This will draw the attention to the white tiles and really make them stand out.