Just like wall and flooring tiles in the bathroom, wall tiles in kitchen have a powerful decorative power and add character to the space. With a wide range of aesthetic effects, formats and colours available, in a matt or polished effect, it is possible to customise the space to reflect your own tastes in decoration with our products.
Kitchen walls are the ideal place to express your aesthetic desires. Traditionally, white or coloured metro tiles adorn the walls of this interior space with their discreet or rather pop tones, while the kitchen floor has a rather neutral tone.
However, for a more artistic touch, wallpaper effect kitchen tiles
or cement tiles, laid on a small or large surface, are an excellent choice. There are several options: geometric prints for a contemporary look, floral patterned tiles for a natural look or Toile de Jouy prints for an undeniably elegant look. In all cases, the patterns of kitchen wall tiles highlight the presence of the splashback, for example, so that it becomes the main element of the decoration.
If your choice is a feature wall, which is already very designer in nature, a patterned tile with a 3-dimensional effect can bring out its modern and elegant identity. This model of tiles for kitchen wall energises the room and offers the possibility of adding rhythm and volume to the decoration. If you want to emphasise a noble character, stone effect wall tiles are the perfect choice. Porcelain stoneware reproduces the details of stone with great precision. Porcelain stoneware reproduces the details of stone with great precision. Veins, mineral inclusions and other asperities decorate the kitchen wall tile to give it a unique identity.
Your project may include a kitchen with a more contemporary style, which leaves some freedom in terms of coverings. The look of the ceramic marble defines a luxurious interior space, while concrete effect wall tiles
add an industrial character to the modernity of the room. Like its source material, the effect of concrete on porcelain stoneware, worked with tools and lightly scratched, is a tribute to the material itself and creates a sober kitchen.