Kitchen tile possibilities are enormous. The floors are not the only element in your kitchen you can tile. You can also tile the walls (and ceiling, if you wish), countertops, kitchen sink backsplash, island, bar, and even the dining table. In some fashion, you could even tile cabinets and pantries, if you desire.
Besides the areas of the kitchen you can tile, there are all sorts of materials you can use to tile those areas. These include:
- A variety of natural stones
- And glass mosaic
So you can see, with this many options, you can have plenty of possibilities.
What’s The Best Tile Combination For Your Kitchen?
Naturally, we recommend using the same material for all the elements in your kitchen. You wouldn’t want to tile your backsplash with ceramic and your floor with marble. You want a level of consistency.
Which type of material you choose for tiling your kitchen, however, depends on a number of factors that include your budget, your tastes, your kitchen colors and decor, and whether or or not you want a full redesign of your kitchen or just a tile job.
If you are replacing old tile, for instance, you may opt to re-tile those areas that need re-tiling with the same type of tile or you may decide to re-tile the entire kitchen with another tile.
Ultimately, it’s your choice, but an Éco Dépôt Céramique representative can help you decide.