Matching Wall and Floor Tile Top Tips
This might sound a bit obvious, but do make sure the tiles are suitable for walls and floors or find a range that has a version of each. Some floor tiles will be too heavy for the wall, and a particular wall tile may not be robust enough underfoot.
If you’re tiling a high traffic area, opt for an anti-slip version of the tiles for added peace of mind. Anti-slip definitely doesn’t mean dull these days, there are plenty of wonderful designs to choose from, as we’ll show you below.
Rectified floor tiles allow you to minimise the width of your grout joints, which is another trick when it comes to achieving a seamless and spacious look with matching wall and floor tiles.
Grout lines will blend and add to the seamless effect if you choose a complementary or matching colour.
Styles of matching wall and floor tiles
Marble effect instantly adds glamour with the practical hardwearing quality of porcelain and looks great on both walls and floors? Opt for a subtle vein for a lighter look, or go dramatic with bold veining.