Black Floor Tiles Taking Over
As interior decor goes, black is usually the odd sheep out, and not only for the metaphor's sake. The prevalence of stains and typical lack of furnishings to match your floor treatment has long left the colour excluded from home design, but easily cleaned, durable floor tiles have been bringing black back in a big way.
Tiles are one of the world's oldest construction methods, used in flooring, walls and even roofs and ceilings. You can keep your tiling projects simple with a large set of uniform pieces, but there are no limits to what you can achieve with custom designs and a bit of imagination. Why not try making your own little mosaic, or even just adding a simple tile trim or border to the edges of walls and frames for a classic look with a timeless modernity? We've got enough black tiles and others in matching colours that your choice of decor is only limited by your willingness to decide what you want.
Why not stop worrying about spills, messes and how to find that perfect modern look? You can build a floor tile
set that doesn't detract from your current decor with ease from the selections available on our site, and there's no reason you should stop there. With a wide variety of tile shapes and thicknesses to choose from, as well as a healthy range of finishes and surface treatments, you have the command you need to generate any setting you desire.
If you still feel like you need some advice on how to arrange and place your new black floor tiles, these helpful master hints can help:
-While you can mix and match colors and shapes, make sure that you maintain regular spacing and grout between tile pieces and large sections. Uneven placement will make your project look skewed, no matter how hard you try to straighten things out.
-Make sure that any section you want to tile over will work out well before you get started with the hard work. Keep your sketchbook open to your plans, and if you've got room, try laying your tiles out next to or even on their final intended destination before you even pop the top off of that grout. It's difficult to undo your work once it has firmly set, and even if you are able to get the placed tiles back up, you risk chipping or otherwise permanently breaking them.