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3 Ways to use Split Face Tiles

3 Ways to use Split Face Tiles

Date: October 19th, 2018 CTD Tiles | Tags: split face tiles, Tiffany, Montecarlo, textured tiles, wall tiles, bathroom tiles, kitchen tiles, living room tiles

If you want to add a bit of interest and character to your home, consider using split face tiles. An increasingly popular surface choice, split face tiles are the perfect way to add texture to your home without breaking the bank. From white, charcoal, wood effect and rustic multi-coloured options, split face tiles are guaranteed to inject some stylish charm into your living, bathroom or kitchen space. 

Collage picture of Tiffany and Inwood split face tiles

Split face tile ideas for the kitchen 

Make a stylish statement in your kitchen with a split face tile splashback. Easy to wipe clean and a budget friendly alternative to a marble, quartz or granite surface to match your worktop, our Tiffany white split face tiles will look fantastic when paired with a white countertop and rustic finishing touches. For a more industrial and memorable look, team the 3D Black split face tile from our Inwood collection with a butler sink and copper accents to create an on trend scheme for your kitchen. 

Collage picture of Tiffany split face tiles

Split face tiles for the bathroom

Create a feature wall in your bathroom with the Montecarlo split face tile collection. Providing a tactile and interesting finish to the space, the collection offers a range of on trend colours and finishes that will work perfectly alongside any bathroom décor. Consider using contrasting colours on different walls, or use on one feature wall to highlight your favourite accessories. Characterised by a narrow raised structured texture, the white, brown, grey and dark grey split face tiles in the Montecarlo collection are made from glazed porcelain, making them durable and easy to maintain - an ideal choice for the bathroom. 

Collage picture of Montecarlo split face tiles

Using split face tiles in the living room

Rustic split face tiles will work beautifully in living areas as well as kitchens and bathrooms. One of the most popular areas to decorate with split face tiles is the chimney breast. A stunning backdrop to a fireplace or wood burning stove, a multi-coloured wood effect or rustic dark grey split face tile will create a statement in your living area, bringing a sense of warmth and style to the space. 

Collage picture of Tiffany and Inwood split face tiles

We hope we’ve inspired you to use split face tiles in your home – let us know how you get on!

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