What Types Of Tiles Go Well Together?

Choosing tiles that go well together depends on a variety of factors including the space, style, color scheme, and the overall look you want to achieve. Here are a few combinations that often work well:

1. **Contrasting Colors:** Tiles in contrasting colors, such as black and white, can create a striking look. This is especially effective with geometric patterns.

2. **Wood and Marble:** Wood-look tiles paired with marble (or marble-look tiles) can create an elegant and warm balance between rustic and luxe.

3. **Different Shapes, Same Color:** Using tiles of the same color but different shapes can create visual interest without overwhelming the space. For example, square floor tiles and hexagonal wall tiles in the same hue.

4. **Subway and Mosaic:** Classic subway tiles pair well with a variety of other tiles, including mosaic tiles. A subway-tiled wall with a mosaic accent strip or a mosaic-tiled floor can make for a beautiful combination.

5. **Large and Small Scale Patterns:** Large scale patterns on the floor and smaller patterns on the walls (or vice versa) can create a balanced design.

6. **Matte and Glossy:** Tiles with different finishes can add depth and dimension. For example, matte floor tiles with glossy wall tiles can create an appealing contrast.

Remember, it's essential to consider the overall look and feel of your space before choosing your tiles. And always bring samples home to see how they look in your specific lighting conditions.