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6 Ways With Colour Block

Try your own take on this playful trend, either by pairing contrasting or complementary colours.

As more of us choose to bring colour into our homes in a bid to create characterful, feel-good interiors, our kitchens and bathrooms are following suit. We’re seeing countless colourful tiling schemes that play with shade and pattern to create truly distinctive spaces, defined by increasingly bold and cheerful tones.

One way to jump on this trend is with colourblocking. It doesn’t mean you have to fill your bathroom with bright or clashing coloured tiles: you can take a subtler approach and work with a palette of understated tonal hues. Alternatively, opt for muted versions of stronger shades, which can still feel rich and cocooning. Enhance the contrasts in your colourblock tile scheme by pairing designs with different surfaces, such as textured tiles with plain, or matt with glazed finishes.

1. Pastella Matt Porcelain

Work with a palette of dusky pastels for a cheerful contemporary scheme.

2. Zellige 2022 Gloss Ceramic

Create a half-and-half wall of colour with complementary or contrasting shades.

3. Riad Gloss Porcelain

Use white tiles to create a visual pause and break up stronger colours.

4. Toledo Porcelain

Combine soft, desaturated shades for a super-subtle colourblock scheme.

5. Riad Terracotta Matt Porcelain & Riad Rouge Gloss Porcelain

Mix different finishes, such as matt and gloss, to enhance the contrast between your tiles.

6. Riad Green & Sea Green Gloss Porcelain

Create a dynamic herringbone pattern with rectangular tiles in different shades of the same colour.

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