11 Feb Floor Tiling Trends
Tiles are traditionally earmarked for splash backs in the kitchen or a clean and easy surface for the bathroom floor and walls – but there is so much more potential for this practical surface throughout your home. If you are planning a floor renovation in your home or office, why not consider a tiled floor?
Below we have listed some of the top floor tiling trends that you can create in your home;
The Rug Effect Floor Tiling Trend
Using patterned tiles and mosaic tiles is a really good way of creating the rug effect on your floor. Add interest to a large floor area by have a space of patterned tiles to create a decorative panel, and then surround them with a contrasting border to mark the ‘rug’ effect.
The Bespoke Pattern Floor Tiling Trend
If you’d like to add extra character to a room or interior design scheme then why not add a pattern to your floor. Think about the colours in the room and select coloured and patterned tiles to suit the area. And remember, you don’t need to stick to plain square tiles!
The Multi-Use Floor Tiling Trend
If you have a room or space in your home or office that had different uses then split the room with different tiling. You could use different colour tiles, or even floor tiles of different materials. For example, the contract between gloss tiles and matt tiles looks great, and it can split a lounge area from a kitchen / diner area.
The Repeat Print Floor Tiling Trend
This is similar to the pattern you would use on the rug effect floor tiling trend, but you use the pattern across the whole floor. Patterned tiles like with geometrics or a herringbone pattern, can work really well for this trend. And remember, they don’t need to be square tiles.
Material Mixture Floor Tiling Trend
Mixing up the materials of your tiles works really well. Not just on the floor like we mentioned in the Multi-Use Floor tiling trend. For example why not have a marble look tile on the floor and a glossy glass look tile on the walls? These replica material tiles look incredible and cost-effective too.
Which is your favourite trend? Will you be trying one out in your home in 2019? We would love to know which one you like the most. And, don’t forget, we can supply you with the tiles, or supply and fit the tiles for you.