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Which type of tile is best for a kitchen?

Tile is a great option for kitchens and splashbacks – the areas above the sink, hob and work surfaces that are prone to splashes of food and liquids and require regular cleaning. Any tile that does not absorb moisture and is easy to clean will suit kitchens, such as ceramic, porcelain, glass and natural stone.

What kitchen wall tiles are best for avoiding stains?

Glazed tiles or glass are best for avoiding stains and are easy to clean thanks to their glossy surfaces. Both ceramic and porcelain have a dense composition, which makes it much harder for any moisture to penetrate and therefore they are very resistant to staining, but unglazed they are still at risk of staining and will require a sealant to be applied. With a protective glaze applied they will remain non-absorbent for a lifetime.

What is the best type of tile for a kitchen backsplash?

Glass and glazed ceramic and porcelain are best for a kitchen splashbacks. They are each resistant to heat and moisture so they are easy to clean and won’t stain.

Is ceramic tile good for a kitchen backsplash?

Ceramic tile is suitable for a kitchen backsplash as long as it has been glazed. This protective coating is easy to clean and will ensure that moisture cannot penetrate the body of the tile and cause unsightly stains.

What is the most popular colour for kitchen wall tiles?

Light, neutral and earthy colours such as white, ivory, beige and grey are popular for kitchens. These can help to open up the space and are versatile for matching with fixtures and fittings. Other popular colours are yellow, green, red, blue and black.

What is the cost of kitchen wall tiling?

This will depend on the tile you choose and the size of the area you wish to have tiled, but as a guide the estimated cost to tile above kitchen work surfaces and up to wall cupboards is around £250-£300 including materials and labour costs.