Brick effect tiles
How to tile with Flat Brick Tiles
As flat brick effect tiles are small, you can use them in a variety of ways, whether you want to tile from floor to ceiling or just use a few to make a statement. Our helpful blog post shows how to tile with metro tiles in a range of patterns and styles, and it might just inspire you to bring some metro magic into your own home.
Our Artistic flat brick effect tiles are a charming and versatile option for classic, shabby chic, or modern designs in kitchens and bathrooms. Why not coordinate them with wood effect flooring or vintage pattern designs?
If you need samples or advice to create the perfect look with flat brick effect tiles, the Direct Tile Warehouse team will be pleased to help!
Grout for brick effect tiles
When you’re choosing flat brick tiles, take time to choose which colour grout to opt for. Grout can completely change the look of your space, so it’s an important consideration.
You can give the impression of tile edges flowing into one another for a uniform look and to give the appearance that your room is larger by matching your grout to your tiles.
For the opposite effect, a contrasting grout with your flat brick effect tiles will disrupt the flow and make the tile shape pop out. This is great if you want to highlight the pattern of your tiling, for example with a herringbone design.