White tiles were always in trend, be it residential or commercial properties. Of late, light and dark grey tiles have also become quite popular among homeowners and contractors. We all know how valuable white marble is, but grey tones are also gaining attention these days. Not only marble but also other materials, like travertine, limestone, porcelain, and glass mosaic tiles are being bought in bulk. One of the key reasons for the popularity of white and grey tiles is they enhance the light and shadow effect in a room. They also remain the same under the effect of different light sources. Psychologically, white symbolizes honesty and purity, and these tiles do the same, thus exuding a sense of peace in the space.
If you are wondering where to place the white and grey tiles, well, you can place them anywhere. But these create the best effect when placed on bathroom floors, kitchen walls and flooring, countertops, backsplashes, living room floors, and of course, the staircase. Well, it means literally everywhere. Comin to grey tiles, these are more flexible and easily accommodated into any interior than even their whiter counterparts. Whether you have warmer or cooler-themed surroundings, the white and grey tiles can match it perfectly.
In materials, however, you should be a little choosy. While white and grey shades best look on marble and limestone, you should go for moisture-resistant varieties when placing the tiles in bathrooms and kitchens. However, you may also apply a sealant if you are persistent in using natural stone tiles. The sealant will prevent moisture from seeping into the surface, thus resolving all issues.