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Black Tiles

Understated and captivating, black tiles draw the eye like no other. Their daring use captures that midnight feeling, drawing from our imaginations and helping us notice the details in between the spaces. Black tiles for floors and walls are for those who are confident in their home and want to make a statement to all who see them.

The Understated Beauty Of Black Tiles

There’s something beautiful about darkness. Something alluring and dramatic that’s hard to put into words. Black tiles bring all of these things into the home, whether it be with shining gloss or matt black tiles, there’s an undeniable air of sophistication that surrounds using this colour. Whether it’s the primary palette for an entire home or room, or simply used to draw the eye to other tones and décor, it takes confidence to use it that cannot be ignored.

When curating our collection of black tiles, we chose to opt for a variety of shapes and materials. Black marbles, hexagonal shapes, patterned tiles – nothing was off the table. Highlighting the beauty of colour is something we love, and what better way to do that than by including so many ways to contrast them?

Designing With Black Tiles

No matter what room you use black tiles in, and whether they’re against the walls, the floor, or even on a varying surface, there’s an art to using them to bring out the best of space. Consider your overall theme and aesthetics, compare and contrast textures, and take note of the natural lighting. A moody, less-lit space may need a pop of colour, and a splash of black to make it feel brighter. The material can make a huge difference, such as using encaustic tiles to keep reflections down and make a seamless style or adding in terrazzo tiles to allow for a bright pop with speckled darker notes throughout to add drama and interest.

You can also play with shapes and lead the eye to key architectural features. Have beautiful beams run across the roof? Use square tiles on the floor to keep things simple and draw the gaze upwards. Want to highlight a curve in the kitchen? Try lining the wall with metro tiles to add a modern touch while accentuating that shape. There’s so much to play with, so get some samples and let your imagination take lead. Or, if you’d like a kickstart for ideas, check out our style guide for black bathrooms to get inspired. 

What Rooms Are Best For Black Tiles?

There is no single space that black tiles cannot work in. Whether it’s black wall tiles for kitchen designs, a fully black tiled bathroom, or mosaics of black and contrasting colours throughout the hallways, the sky’s the limit for this dramatic choice.

Pairing Colours With Black Tiles

Black tiles, as distinctive as they are, work wonders when paired with a contrasting design feature. Imagine the sharp silhouette of a black tuxedo, worn while walking down a red carpet or to a formal event. The sophistication it brings is contrasted by the colour of its surroundings, or by the high-contrast pop of white in the shirt. Black tiles have the same ability to captivate and are perfectly paired with rich materials and brighter tones.

One of the classic pairings, black and white, adds dramatic inky hues while keeping a space bright. Black tiles contrasted with white marble tiles is a timeless look for a reason, after all, and keeping things monochromatic is one approach to take. Another option is to add rich hues and decadence with gold and use that to add opulence. Think picture frames, taps and drains, all the little details that can draw your eye into a space and make it fully immersive.

Another approach is with green tiles, using their lighter and darker tones to add a natural feel to a space. Imagine a gentle gradient fading from black to darker greens, up to lighter, playful colours. Like a forest in spring, it brings new life to a space. Or, if you’re more a fan of the sea, you can do similar with our blue tiles. You can also use black as the focal point with these two tones easily, creating a one-of-a-kind look to your home with shapes and colours dancing beautifully against the walls or floors.

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