The colours you use in any room of the home will make great impact and set the mood and design you want. There are lots of factors to consider and the natural light in the room is the one most important factor. If the natural light in the room is limited, the tile colours you use will have the most impact and there are some reality clever ways to use the right wall tile colours to compliment the room and the settings.
Wall tiles will be the first thing that people notice in a kitchen or bathroom and pastel and neutral lighter tile colours are always the better option for small darker rooms. It doesn’t mean the darker and more vibrant wall tile colours can’t be used but they should always be kept to a minimum. Border tile areas are a great place to use colour and border tiles come in many different varieties, for a real rustic look and feel, natural stone border tiles in larger sizes are a great way to bring the natural into a room. Rustic browns and gold’s can be used to create a natural feel and these colours area always complimented with neutral warm tones.
If you like the idea of dark vibrant wall tile colours in the home and your kitchen is a particular larger space, deep blacks and vibrant red wall tiles will really create a modern and contemporary feel.
Glass tiles are also definitely worth a thought when incorporating colour into the kitchen area, glass tiles are fantastic for creating an illusion of space. They can be used over larger surface areas or they can be confined to backsplash areas and border tile areas, they can be used together with other wall tile materials such as ceramic and porcelain wall tiles, the contrast between the different type’s wall tile materials makes great design for any room in the home.
Natural stone wall tiles can also be used on wall areas and although they are lighter than the floor tile versions, they make great design for a real traditional feel for the home. Natural stone wall tiles will bring the natural into the home and the rustic gold’s and browns that can be used will really compliment a traditional feel.
Obtaining some wall tile samples is a good start and this can give a long way to helping you decide on the right design for you, sketching out a plan of the kitchen or area you are tiling is also a good idea and placing the tile ideas you have in place, this will give a great impression of what the finished product will look like.