Tiling layouts can have a big impact on the overall style and look of any space. Brick bond tiling has long been popular, but using vertical brick bond layouts can be more unusual, and very effective. So what should you consider when using vertical brick bond subway tiling? 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 brick bond vertical tiling with subway tiles.
Using vertical brick bond subway tiling
There are a number of effective options for using vertical brick bond subway tiles effectively. These include:
- Creating a feature space- whether it’s a splashback, a shower enclosure or a full feature wall, using vertical brick bond subway tiling can be very effective in any feature space. This is because the unusual layout draws attention and adds visual interest to the room. This is most effective when used with plain tiles elsewhere.
- Choosing a contrasting grout colour- when using this type of tiling layout you can opt for a contrasting grout colour which will outline the shape of the tiles and accentuate the brick bond pattern for maximum effect.
- Choose the right tile colours- using the right colour for your vertical brick bond subway tiling can make a big difference to the overall effect. You can even opt to alternate colours for a quirky or more interesting effect, choosing different shades of the same colour for a more subtle impact, or contrasting colours for something bolder.
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