Grout for white kitchen tiles
Grout should always be considered when picking tiles, since it may radically transform the design of your area. The benefit of white tiles is that they may be used with any type of grout.
Combine white tiles with white grout to create a unified look and make your area appear larger. This will give the impression that the tile edges are blending together.
To get the opposite impression, use white tiles with grey grout to break up the flow and draw attention to the individual tile shape. If you want to emphasise the pattern of your tiling, this is an excellent option (e.g. metro tiles or herringbone).
If you’re going for a monochrome or industrial style, white tiles with black grout make a stunning design highlight. Black grout is also a practical choice because it lasts longer.
Small white metro tiles like our Mini Metro range are ideal for kitchens where you’re short on space.
Which colour scheme works best with white kitchen tiles?
White is the ideal colour to complement any tile colour. It can be used to create a clean and fresh background for bright colours or to stand out amid darker colours. White is a timeless colour that goes with any type and colour of furniture. It’s chic and bright.
Why not go for a monochrome look with our Serenity collection, which includes complementing black and white tiles that complement our Victorian Viola and Tulip patterned collections? Alternatively, add black and white accessories or wall coverings for a clean, functional look. This is a design that will work in any room of the house.
Andy’s White Kitchen Tiles
If you’re looking for inspiration take a look at how Andy used the White Mix Stone Tiles to create a seriously impressive splashback.
White Kitchen Tiles Free Tile Samples
We want you to be happy with your new kitchen tiles so please order some free tile samples to test out the colour and texture in different lights.