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Tile Ideas That’ll Change the Look and Feel of Your Home Kitchen

The kitchen is at the heart of the home, it is the one place where everyone wants to be and is always the centre of attention.

That’s why when it comes to adding something new to your kitchen it can be a daunting, even scary, exercise. Even when adding something as simple as new tiles.

It doesn’t have to be, and we have you covered with tiling inspirations that will help you inject new life into your home.

white kitchen with tiled wall

 

The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the home, so carefully choosing tiles and tiling techniques can make a big impact on everyday life.

We have selected some perfect examples how a great style can transform your kitchen and how to inject some much needed personality into your design scheme.

Add colour

kitchen tile ideas

 

Red, royal blues, yellows and olive greens can transform your kitchen.

These colours can add ambience and give your kitchen space a luxurious feel with a stunning bold wall.

Use cosmopolitan gloss tiles to help deliver a sleek, contemporary style and create the illusion of space with reflective wall tiles.


Mosaic tiles

kitchen tile ideas

Create a multilayer kitchen by combining traditional and modern elements.

If you want a subtle twist on a neutral or all white kitchen, a mosaic splashback or feature wall in the same colour is a great idea. It’ll accentuate the feeling of space and add character to the kitchen area.


Black and White checked tiles

kitchen tile ideas

Create a modern, minimalist, even retro look in your kitchen with black, white, grey or a combination of all three tiles.

There are versatile tile colour schemes to suit all styles – from sleek and modern to classic and vintage.

And it also puts a bold stamp on your kitchen that will never be forgotten.


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By Alex McLeman

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