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Are Kitchen Tiles Still Fashionable?

What's the Deal with Kitchen Tiles?

So, you're thinking about renovating your kitchen and you're wondering if kitchen tiles are still in style. Well, let's dive into this funky world of kitchen design and find out!

Tile Kitchen Design: A Blast from the Past or a Timeless Classic?

When it comes to kitchen design, trends come and go all the time. But kitchen tiles are a design staple that's functional and stylish. They have stood the test of time and continue to be a popular choice for many homeowners.

Kitchen Tile Ideas: Let Your Imagination Run Wild!

Now we've established that kitchen tiles are still fashionable, take a peek at the gorgeous kitchen tile ideas that will set your cuisine on fire:

1. Retro Vibes with Subway Tiles

Subway tiles are like the Elvis Presley of kitchen tiles – they never go out of style! These timeless beauties bring a touch of nostalgia to your kitchen, giving it a vintage charm that will make your guests go "ooh" and "aah."

Metro Matt White Bevelled Brick tile 10x20cm in a kitchen setting. White brick tiles with black grout on the kitchen wall with white worktops, wooden kitchen cabinets. Wooden shelves on the wall with dark glass bottles on them.
These beautiful white metro tiles look simply amazing with contrasting black grout. Add some industrial light pendants for a decidedly vintage look set to stun.
Foundry Smeraldo tile 6x24.5cm on a kitchen wall with dark green kitchen cabinets, marble worktop with terracotta potted plants and white jugs. Wooden, industrial stool sits on a stone tiled floor.
Gorgeous gloss tiles sit perfectly as a kitchen splashback. Easy to clean and in Victorian green, these subway tiles are effortlessly stylish and timelessly classic. 

2. Moroccan Magic

Want to add a splash of exotic flair to your kitchen? Look no further than Moroccan-inspired tiles! These vibrant and intricate designs will transport you to the bustling streets of Marrakech every time you step foot in your kitchen.

 Venice Decor tiles 15x30cm. Moroccan tiles as kitchen wall tiles. Beige tiled shelf with black potted plant, glass jug and bottle.

With arabesque shapes and rustic blue and green hues, these Moroccan tiles bring ethnic spice to your home.

3. Bold and Beautiful

If you're a fan of bold statements, why not go for some eye-catching patterned tiles? Whether it's geometric shapes or fantastic floral prints, these tiles will turn your kitchen into a work of art that Picasso would envy. 

Cabana Sicily Patterned tiles 20x20cm as kitchen floor tiles. Dark kitchen cabinets underneath white worktops. Leading to black framed bi-fold doors, log burner and large, green plants. Bookcase and box storage to the walls.
Ca' Pietra has pulled out all the patterned tiles stops with Cabana Sicily Pattern Tiles. We love how this intricate design pieces the whole kitchen together and creates a unique focal point. 

4. Industrial Chic

For those who prefer a more modern and edgy look, industrial-style tiles are the way to go. These cool and sleek tiles will give your kitchen a contemporary vibe that screams modern chic.

If there's one component that embodies the industrial look, it has to be bare brick. But who really wants the scary task of stripping their wall back to the bare bones? This is where London Brick Tiles come in. Giving the beauty of bare bricks with the security of knowing your wall is intact. And you can even lay them on internal partition walls too!

Kitchen Floor Tile Ideas: Don't Forget the Ground Beneath Your Feet!

Now that we've covered the walls, let's not neglect the floor! Here are some kitchen floor tile ideas that will make you want to dance every time you step into your kitchen:

1. Stone Effect Tiles

Stone is the epitome of elegance and sophistication. But sometimes the pricetag can be a bit daunting. That's where porcelain stone effect tiles come to the wallet rescue. Porcelain tiles provide an affordable way to add the beauty and durability of stone to your kitchen, making it feel truly luxurious. 

Keystone Stone effect tiles 40x60cm in a kitchen setting. Light grey shaker style kitchen cabinets with wooden worktop, belfast sink and pantry cupboard to the far end. Brick effect tiles on the wall and green plant  in a vase near the sink. Cottagecore and country kitchen look
Keystone stone effect tiles really set off country farmhouse kitchen chic.

2. Wood Effect Tiles

Love the warmth and coziness of wooden floors but don't want the maintenance? Wood effect tiles are the perfect solution! These tiles mimic the natural beauty of wood while being easy to clean and maintain.

Elegant Parquet Wood effect tiles 8x33cm in a kitchen setting.  Teal kitchen cabinets with a white worktop, green metro tiles on the wall as splashback tiles. cast iron hob with white vase and flowers next to it. Cupboard with wooden doors to the rear. Farmhouse kitchen replicating cottagecore.
We love how these elegant herringbone tiles set the tone for this contemporary painted kitchen. Paired with oak cupboards, these wood effect tiles sit perfectly as a timeless classic, with less maintenance than real wooden flooring.

3. Terrazzo Delight

Terrazzo tiles are making a comeback, and they're bringing their playful vibes with them! These colourful and speckled tiles will add a touch of whimsy to your kitchen floor, making it the talk of the town.

Terrazzo Decorative Tiles 45x45cm as floor tiles in a cafe setting. Wood counter units with wooden stools, industrial look, glass pendant lights and chalkboard menus on the walls.

These terrazzo tiles by Peronda give off all the classic, yet modern vibes, ensuring a stylish addition to your kitchen flooring.

So, Are Kitchen Tiles Still Fashionable?

Absolutely! Kitchen tiles are like the fashionistas of the design world – they never go out of style. With endless possibilities for creativity and a wide range of styles to choose from, kitchen tiles are here to stay. So go ahead, unleash your inner design guru, and let those kitchen tiles work their magic!

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