Five Ways to Use Fabulous Grey Tiles Wed 29 August 2018

Grey is a wonderful colour and widely used in all kinds of interior design projects – from furniture to floors and walls. There are so many exciting shades, designs and effects, that grey is a stylish and timeless choice for any room in the home. At Flagstones Direct we have a magnificent selection of grey tiles, so here are five different kinds and the looks you can achieve with them.

Lovely grey limestone tiles

Paris grey limestone floor tiles

Limestone is a gorgeous natural stone and a perfect choice if you’re looking for grey kitchen tiles. The beauty of these grey stone tiles will bring instant charm to a kitchen – or any other area of the home. With fabulous detailing, grey limestone tiles work brilliantly within a country or traditional property.

Our Paris grey is slightly tumbled, for a subtle worn look on the edges and a soft rolling face to the stone, giving a lovely smooth look. Our Raj grey limestone flooring is abound with delightful soft grey tones, a subtle finish and a soft, hand-aged surface – the perfect choice for a country kitchen.

Gorgeous grey wood effect tiles

Cosy grade dove grey wood effect floor tiles

Grey floors don’t need to be clinical – with grey wood effect tiles you can enjoy the natural tones and charm of timber, without the problems associated with it. Wood effect tiles are the ideal choice for grey bathroom tiles, as they won’t warp with moisture and work brilliantly with underfloor heating.

With the realistic knots, detailing and tonal variation of timber, our grey wood effect tiles offer understated luxury and a wonderful ambience. Our Cosy Grade Dove Grey wood effect porcelain tiles are a superlative choice for any room in the home. These lovely deep smoked timber porcelain planks are finished with a white oiled look for a truly luxurious feel.

Stylish grey patterned floor tiles

Alchima esagono grey decorative porcelain floor tiles

For impact, decorative porcelain floor tiles are bursting with sophistication and style. Create a focal point in any room with fabulous grey patterned floor tiles – the perfect addition to any style of décor and a creative way to inject some retro charm into the home.

With soft outlines and beautiful decorative patterns, our Tin Glaze Ornamental grey porcelain tiles have stylish oriental arts and craft motives, offering a retro feel that will stand the test of time. The gorgeous grey hues create a floor or wall of interest and urban chic.

Timeless aged grey tiles

Ashton grey hand aged kitchen floor tiles

Hand aged grey tiles create a magnificent floor full of depth and interest. With stunning highlights and a distressed look, aged stone tiles aren’t reserved just for traditional or period properties – they can add a fantastic twist to even the most contemporary of spaces.

Our Ashton Grey is an exquisite dark stone tile, with a gorgeous hand-worn finish that creates a floor of age and distinction. The subtle velvet look to the surface of our hand-aged Verona grey flagstone flooring is beautifully light reflecting, making it the perfect choice for smaller rooms.

Sophisticated grey stone effect tiles

Bijou grigio Italian grey stone effect porcelain floor tiles

From subtle greys to shimmering tones, grey stone effect tiles sit perfectly within any surroundings. Stunningly replicating the distinctive characteristics of wonderful natural stone, these grey porcelain tiles are a hardwearing alternative to the real thing, but equally as beautiful.

Our range of Italian stone effect porcelain tiles offers endless possibilities for creating the look you desire. For urban sophistication and a bold statement-making floor, our Bijou Grigio porcelain tile presents dramatic aged grey tones, while our large format Coal porcelain tile is based on northern European limestone, for a striking backdrop to any area.

To see our full range of grey tiles showcased in our magnificent displays, visit our large showroom in Cirencester. Or you can order a floor sample online.

Ashton grey aged dark stone floor tiles

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