Using white wall and floor tiles together

White tiles are a popular and effective option for a range of home spaces, most notably the bathroom or kitchen. But when creating a full white space, with both white wall and floor tiles, how can you add visual interest? Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. From kitchens and bathrooms, to hallways and living rooms, we have a range of tiles to suit any home, and any style. As a result, we have produced this guide to using white wall and floor tiles together.

What are the effective options when using white wall and floor tiles together?

An all white bathroom or kitchen suite is still a popular choice for home owners and property developers alike. But how can you combine white wall and floor tiles effectively, for the best possible visual results? Well, there are a number of effective options you can consider. These include:

  • Using patterned tiles- for small areas of the wall, using white patterned tiles can be a good idea to add visual interest to the space. Choose patterns that suit your style, for example, contemporary bathrooms can benefit more from geometric patterns than more traditional floral options. You should also choose patterned tile colours that are more subtle, including light greys and pale blues. This adds a small amount of colour to the bathroom, without detracting from the all white colour scheme.
  • Using marble effect tiles- white tiles with a marble effect can be a great option. Those with grey or blue marbling are the most popular for white bathroom spaces. This type of tile can break up the full white effect, making your space more interesting. These can be effective for feature walls, shower enclosures, or even as floor tiles.
  • Unusual tile layouts- changing the layout oft he tiles in one area, like the splashback or shower enclosure, can be just as effective as using different tiles completely. This could include brick bond vertical subway tiling, or herringbone, basket weave or even grid tiling, depending on the rest of the space.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go.