Choosing Kitchen Wall Tiles

Kitchen tiles can really add an interesting element to a kitchen‘s overall design. There are so many colours, finishes, materials, sizes, shapes and styles to choose from it can get rather complicated deciding where to start.

Kitchen Wall Tiles are an essential for your kitchen as they protect walls from oil splashes and water damage.  They can also determine the overall style of your kitchen whether you decide on a contemporary or traditional theme.

Modern tiling schemes tend to be bold and colourful or they usually have more of an industrial feel as metallic wall tiles are rather popular.

Traditional kitchens have more of a natural and organic look and earthy tones are usually incorporated.

Whichever style you go for it important to think about which colour and pattern to choose, it’s important to think about the different material and finishes.

TilesAll have a huge choice of colour and designs available on their website – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/

 

Are You Installing A Kitchen Backsplash?

Do you want to give your kitchen a re-vamp without having to spend an excessive amount of money and time doing it? If the answer is yes then installing a ceramic tile backsplash is an excellent option. The selection of tiles at Tiles4All is vast which means that your design possibilities are endless, and because the area you will be covering is relatively small it will be easy to keep the expense to a minimum.

Before you purchase any tiles, you should give some thought about the existing features and components of your kitchen. What colour are your cabinets? Are they light or dark in colour? What is your lighting like? If you have cabinet lighting then it may be an idea to stick to a medium colour tone so that the tiles won’t contrast too dramatically. Taking these things into consideration will allow you to find the perfect tile.

Visit the Tiles4All website today to find your perfect tile http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/ – Alternatively, you can visit our Sheffield showroom if you live in the following areas – Abbeydale & Totley, Abbeydale Road, Bakewell, Broomhill, Crookes, Crosspool, Crystal Peaks, Darnall, Dronfield, Ecclesall Road, Eckington, Fulwood, Heeley, Hillsborough, Loxley, Meersbrook, Mosborough, Nether Edge, Norton, Ranmoor, Sharrow, Walkley, Whirlow, Woodseat.

Getting The Most Out Of A Small Kitchen

Just because your kitchen is small it doesn’t mean that it’s not as functional as a larger one. Many people have the assumption that a small kitchen will be cramped and claustrophobic but with proper planning you can have a kitchen that is just as good as a large one. If you have a small kitchen you should start thinking of the pro’s rather than the con’s, for example, a smaller kitchen can be much more convenient as everything thing is close to hand and you don’t have to walk back and forth with hot pans or boiling water.

The only problem with small kitchens is that they can be dark and gloomy. So it’s important that you make the best of the natural light, so you should choose a wall covering that isn’t too dark or patterned. Minimalistic/plain wall tiles are usually the best for a smaller kitchen, if you do choose a pattern then make sure you don’t choose any thing that is too large or garish. It might be an idea to order some samples before you commit yourself!

Tiles4all have a great range of affordable, premium quality tiles which are easy to install! Visit http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/ if you’d like more information on kitchen wall tile samples.

Kitchen Tiles at Tiles4All

 

With the huge selection of colours, shape and style of tiles here at Tiles4All it’s pretty fair to say your kitchen has the ability to become just as unique as you!

Here are just a few examples of our beautiful kitchen wall tiles -

 

For more information please visit the Tiles4All website, Alternatively, you can visit our showroom, and if you live in the following areas you’re right on our doorstep – Abbeydale & Totley, Abbeydale Road, Bakewell, Broomhill, Crookes, Crosspool, Crystal Peaks, Darnall, Dronfield, Ecclesall Road, Eckington, Fulwood, Heeley, Hillsborough, Loxley, Meersbrook, Mosborough, Nether Edge, Norton, Ranmoor, Sharrow, Walkley, Whirlow, Woodseat

Using Stone Tiles In The Kitchen

Out of every room in the home, the kitchen is probably the one is used the most. It’s no surprise that people want a floor that is hardwearing and durable but attractive at the same time, as it’s the place where people tend to congregate. One material that can provide all of this is stone tiles. They are beautiful and practical and can’t be matched to any other tile on the market. To select one that would be perfect for your home come and visit our showroom. If you’re from the following local areas were right on your doorstep – Abbeydale & Totley, Abbeydale Road, Bakewell, Broomhill, Crookes, Crosspool, Crystal Peaks, Darnall, Dronfield, Ecclesall Road, Eckington, Fulwood, Heeley, Hillsborough, Loxley, Meersbrook, Mosborough, Nether Edge, Norton, Ranmoor, Sharrow, Walkley, Whirlow, Woodseats.

What are Stone Tiles?

A stone tile is a thin piece of stone that is cut into a certain shape which is the fixed into position using a special adhesive and grout. The great thing about stone tiles is that they can be left in their natural state or they can be sealed, sealing is rather important as stone is naturally porous.

Options in Stone Tiles

Stone is incredibly versatile and is available in all different styles and colours. Stone tiles can be:

  • Granite
  • Travertine
  • Marble
  • Limestone
  • Sandstone
  • Slate

The most amazing thing about stone is that when the tiles are laid together, each tile has its own unique pattern and this really looks amazing.

Stone tiles are perfect for use in the kitchen because they are so durable, you’ll actually replace your carpets, cabinets and appliances long before you should change your flooring. Stone can also look amazing on a kitchen bench top surface creating a beautiful, rustic look.

If you’d like to find out more on stone tiles please visit the Tiles4All website – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/