Since tile comes in all different colors, styles, material, and shapes, it's important to consider a few things before buying tile for your new home. Houzz gives their tips on mixing and matching tile.
Tile that has a busy pattern should be used sparingly. "Use small statement tiles, such as these oblong mosaics, to create a feature on a backsplash or another small area rather than across an entire room. "
In a small space in your home, such as the bathroom, you can definitely mix a few tile patterns. Just be sure to mix both small and large patterns to help create a balance. Also, remember that it is a good idea to mix shapes and patterns, and not color. A dark grey grout in between tile will be visually pleasing.
Have you considered stone for your new home? It looks beautiful! For appeal, it's best to treat the stone as a neutral. " To soften the graphic grout lines as well as to create a cohesive design, pair them with natural gray stone, which adds visual interest with a neutral pattern that doesn’t try to compete."
When you're out looking for tile for your new home, be sure to take home samples first. You'll get a better feel for how it will end up looking, and you can experiment with how different tiles work together.
As one of the top home builders in El Paso, Pointe Homes understands how important design details are to you. We offer a features list that can be modified so that you are completely happy in your new home!