Our favourite kitchen tile trends for 2016

Our favourite kitchen tile trends for 2016

When our customers first come to see us at The Tile Warehouse they often ask to see examples of some of our favourite transformations. So with that in mind we’ve put together this blog post to showcase some of our favourite kitchen tile trends of 2016 so far.



This kitchen has taken sleek to a whole new level! The grey pallet really gives this space a contemporary feel, using oblong wall tiles also helps to give this kitchen the feeling of width. The glossy floor tiles reflect the natural light and make this space feel clean and fresh.

Get the look:

Wall tiles: 100 x 300 grey glazed porcelain.

Floor tiles: 600 x 600 sand coloured, glazed polished porcelain.



The farmhouse kitchen is a timeless classic, this is one of our favourite examples of this style. Where this kitchen excels is in bringing everything together, the wall tiles bring out the stunning wood worktops, which in turn showcases the glossy wood effect floor tiles. The use of the warm browns and wood textures make this kitchen feel warm and homely.

Get the look:

Wall tiles: 200 x 100 mixed coloured ceramic.

Floor tiles: Wood effect glazed porcelain tile.


Colour tiles

Using colour in a kitchen can really give your space the ‘Wow’ factor, however there is a balance to strike. For example, using too much colour can make your kitchen feel smaller than it actually is. The kitchen pictured hits the perfect balance between colour, pattern and contemporary without making the space feel small, in fact the use of the pattern design makes the room feel larger and the blue tile is highlighted by the surrounding greys, whites and silvers tying the whole style together.

Get the look:

Wall tiles: 100 x 100 glazed ceramic tiles, available in many colours.

Many of the tiles showcased in this post are available to see in our Maldon showroom, alternatively why not arrange a Home Selection where one of our tile experts bring the tiles to you! Contact us today to find out more.


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