A Help Guide on Choosing Perfect Kitchen Tiles

Read this post to discover how to choose the right tiles for your kitchen floors and walls.

Let’s start with the floor first. The floor design in the kitchen has a decisive influence on the overall effect of the room. You can choose large or small tiles, plain or patterned variants, smooth or uneven surfaces. Here are widely appreciated designs to consider:

A Harmonious Color And Style Concept

Whether you want to redesign your kitchen or just change individual elements, the color and style concept always plays an important role. Ornate tiles are more suited to country style and high-gloss models to modern kitchens.

Prefer light floors in small rooms – this visually enlarges the room. You can, however, use dark tiles in spacious kitchens to make them appear more compact. You can find inspiration for kitchen tiles in specialty shops, interior design magazines, or on websites such as Pinterest. You can even take advice from your friends.

The Effect Of The Patterns And Sizes

Monochrome kitchen tiles appear calm, whereas patterned tiles enliven and refresh a room. If, for example, your kitchen furniture or worktop already has a strong structure, you should opt for a single-colored and uniform floor design. However, a white kitchen interior tolerates colorful accents with mosaic tiles to give a more personalized appearance.

Another option: choose the same color or look for the worktop and floor, such as wood or natural stone. This is how you create a harmonious overall picture in your kitchen.

You also have the choice between different sizes – from very small to XXL format. The tiles are usually square, rectangular, or hexagonal. The larger models visually stretch small spaces. Important: The larger the individual tile, the more the adjustments are necessary to ensure a level floor.

Now, let’s focus on wall tiles.

Would you like to spice up your living area a bit? Bring colorful diversity into dreary everyday life? Then we recommend colorful tiles.

Use Coloured Tiles

Gone are the days when grey, white and black tiles dominated the interior design. Many people have long recognized the potential of colored tiles and know how to use them. Of course, when designing the room, care should be taken not to mix up the tile colors. It is also clear that the colorful wall tiles should match the furnishings.

Tiles in vibrant shades of red, happy yellow, deep blue, cheeky green, and everything in between – this and more is possible.

The Variety Of Decorative Tile Patterns

With patterned kitchen tiles, you have a lot of design freedom. If your kitchen is furnished in a Mediterranean style, you can use tiles with floral motifs and diamond patterns, which create a warm atmosphere with their earthy tones. There are also numerous tiles with modern patterns, such as glass tiles that offer a surreal design. They harmonize best with a rather discreet, single-color kitchen furniture.

Use Mosaic Tiles In Bright Colors

Whether wall tiles or floor tiles, the colorful “tiles” are used everywhere. However, colorful mosaic tiles for the kitchen offer very individual design options. They are perfect for those who really love it picturesque. With the small tiles, you can set accents or even playful patterns. They can also be combined with other shades. Plus, they can highlight specific areas in the apartment or house by combining mosaic tiles perfectly with simpler tiles.

Finally – Some Practical Tips For Choosing Tiles

Before you install new tiles in your kitchen, you should be sure about the design you choose. After all, a tile floor lasts for about 15 years. So, take the time to make this decision. Let the specialist shop show you different options and try the sample tiles at home in combination with your kitchen equipment. Lastly, when buying, also pay attention to the thickness of the tiles – the thicker the durable.

Would you like more changes in your kitchen? Then take a look at our blog posts where we present other creative ideas on home decor.

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