Black & White Tiling That Will WOW You!
Black and white will also be the most classic and powerful color duo. From fashion to interior design, it works every time no matter the season, the space or the person doing the styling. So, it’s only natural that when it comes to big spaces in the house: the walls, the floors and even the ceilings – that you pay attention to the magic that comes from this combo. And when it comes to tiling, if you want something bold, fashion-forward but also quite homey, a black and white set is exactly what you need. Let’s take a peek at some black & white tiling that will WOW you and inspire you!
1. Mix with Marble.
This black and white marble floor is simply swoon-worthy. The designs, the modern finish and the timeless beauty makes this home one for the books.
2. Chipped It.
This beautiful backsplash has an art deco, contemporary flair with it’s chipped essence and sassy patterns. It really brings a bout of personality into the kitchen.
3. With Color.
The backsplash and the floor make for a soft, fashionable foundation. Paired with this rich green, this kitchen has a lot of unique appeal.
4. Two Designs.
The walls are one and the floor is another. This is such a great design for an eclectic, fresh-loving stylist.
When is the last time you saw a polka-dot floor? It’s feminine and classic, fresh and contemporary … we love it!
6. Victorian Checkers.
This bathroom has a chic edge, Victorian finish and the most classic floors around. This big and bold checkerboard tiling looks clean and refreshed, but still uber fashion-forward.
7. Laundry Duty.
Even the laundry room can have a bit of extra styling. Look how amazing this unique backsplash design is!
8. Playful Patterns.
This metro hex design is super playful and fun. But it’s also surprising too, set in a more traditional scope, a fun pop is exactly what the space needed.
Jazz up your entryway with a snazzy tile design at the front door. What a way to welcome your guests!
From the floor to the walls, this bathroom has it all. We love the artistic nature behind this design, don’t you?