Different ways of using black and white tiles

20. Different ways of using black and white tiles

Black and white is forever. There is no denying that these two colours look great together. If you are working on your home decor you should definitely consider this combination. First of all, not many people go for this bold and elegant pattern these days, which makes it quite unique. Also, it is very easy to find furniture, wall paintings and other things that look great with black and white.

There is a problem as well though. It is not easy to come with new ideas of using these colours. But that’s what we are here for. Different ways of using black and white tiles are given below.

  1. Check and mate

Creating a chessboard is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of these tiles. It is an old trend that is still holds the crown of interior decor. It is royal, elegant and playful, if you want it to be. You will never get bored of this pattern even after several years.

  1. Focusing on one more the other

Whiling thinking of new ideas you need to keep in mind that it is not necessary to use both the colours in equal quantity. You can use one colour more than the other. Like in the image above, white tiles are used more. You can easily do the opposite.

  1. Black and white in bathroom

You might want to go for the same theme in all the rooms of your home. In that case using black and white in one room will limit your options for other rooms. But bathrooms are kept separate from the theme in rest of the house. Thus you can use black and white in a bathroom without affecting the rest of the decor.

  1. Black and white in kitchen

Just like bathrooms, kitchen can also be excluded from theme of rest of the house. Thus using black and white in kitchen will also keep your options open. Also, you can enhance this black and white theme by using kitchen appliances of the same colour.

To explore black and white tiles even further you can call us at Spenza Ceramics or visit your nearest Spenza dealer.

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