If you’re looking for your next home improvement project to add a little modern chic to your home while improving the resale value, then consider refreshing your kitchen or bathroom
backsplash. We all know that subway tiles have been around before we can remember, but their versatility and unique design opportunities they present can greatly improve the aesthetics of your entire home.
Subway Tile Backsplash in the Kitchen
An entire kitchen’s look can change by simply altering the kitchen backsplash. A well-conceived kitchen backsplash using subway tiles that compliment or contrast with colours in your kitchen can make your kitchen more than just a place to cook, eat and clean. What subway tile should you use, well any actually.
If you’re not sure which subway tile to select, you should definitely visit the multi award winning Nerang Tiles showroom. Nerang Tiles has a range of different subway tiles on display in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. From handmade subway tiles to rectified beveled edged subway tiles, you are sure to find the subway tile of your liking and the assistance you need at Nerang Tiles.
Grouting Subway Tiles
Grout is often overlooked and left to the tiler to decide on colour. This is the wrong way to approach grout colour choice and the brand you use. At Nerang Tiles, we recommend that all customers spend just as much time selecting their grout colour as they do their tile, well maybe not just as much time.
Just like a tile, grout comes in an abundance of different colours and the colour you choose can really effect the visual impact of your subway tiles. A colour match will make your backsplash look seamless by creating continuity of colour from tile to tile across the entire backsplash. While an alternative grout colour that frames the subway tile can highlight either the grout of the each individual subway tile itself. Remember that if you choose to use a lighter colour grout then dirt and grime may appear sooner. A darker colour grout will help keep the dirt off the radar and really accent the lines in your tiled backsplash.