Grey will not go away

Grey will not go away, and there is a reason for that, it looks great in any room and a lot of other colours coordinate easily.
It's no secret that grey tiles are by far the most popular colour of tile. It's not boring though, you have light greys, warm greys, stone effect, wood effect, concrete effect, grey patterns, the list is endless. Grey being a neutral colour keeps your options wide open with just about any other colour for your paint, rugs, towels, blinds, shower curtain, or ornaments, all of which are much easier to update and replace when trends or your tastes change.

Modern manufacturing techniques means you have a wide range of finishes to choose from to meet your requirements. Plain matt tiles, semi polished (lappato), polished, natural stone effect, rustic effect, natural wood effect, or a mix of these, for example an anti slip matt tile on the floor of your bathroom with a glossy finish for the wall.

It’s worth remembering that lighting in a room can vastly alter the appearance of a tiles colour. You can have the same tile on the wall and the floor but they can look like 2 different shades, especially when you introduce spot lighting in bathrooms and kitchens. Depending on personal taste, some people prefer a darker tile on the floor to the wall, or vice versa. 

Even if you know that you want grey tiles in your room there are still a wide variety of finishes, shades, and types to choose from so it isn't a straightforward choice. We try to make that a little easier by always pricing our products fairly, you won't have to worry about looking for range that is on sale or a cheap version of another range.

We keep it simple, our ranges cover all bases, we only source the highest quality, and we don't price anything in anticipation for a sale later on down the line. You can trust that our prices will always be fair, so no need to rush, browse our range and let us know if we do not have what you are looking for and we will try to source something for you.

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