Dark Tiles

Use of dark tile gives a classy and formal look, which is why most offices and companies use dark colours for their interiors. Dark tiles help to warm up your space and can be used to add a sense of depth to any space. They can be used throughout a room or on the walls.


Brown and black coloured tiles are the most attractive among dark colours. Dark wooden floors with some texture or laminate that imitates real wood looks amazing for any interior.


At Orientbell, they are available in various sizes, textures and patterns.

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Superior Strength and Finish with Dark Tiles

Dark floors can create the perfect design for any room in your house, they come in various finishes and are easy to maintain. These tiles are much darker than other tiles, and work best for spaces like an office or spaces suited for business. But that’s not all - they can also be used in kitchens. That’s because their colours and patterns make a space look bigger than it actually is, and that’s a huge plus point!


These dark tiles are also well-suited for bathrooms, desk rooms, and restaurants where there is heavy traffic. But the best part is you don’t have to worry much about its maintenance, because these dark tiles are easy to clean, and durable too!


When we talk about the finishes, dark tiles are available in a glazed finish, glossy finish, matte finish as well as textured finish, so go all out and decide what you want. The variety is amazing, so you’ll never run out of options!


They are available both in square and large-format tiles. The former comes in sizes measuring 2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, 6 inches, 8 inches, 12 inches, 16 inches, 18 inches and 24 inches, whereas large-format tiles are anywhere between 12 and 18 inches. As the name suggests, it makes the room look much larger than it actually is!


One of the biggest advantages of dark tiles is that it can conceal dirt easily, all because of its colour, and as we mentioned before, they are easy to maintain. They are also contemporary in their design, so each of the spaces where you use these dark tiles will stand out!


So, what are you waiting for? Indulge in these tiles and never regret your choice!


What are dark tiles?

As the name suggests, dark tiles are essentially those that are darker in colour and are generally used for formal settings such as office space.


Where can they be used?

In small kitchens dark tiles of diagonal patterns tricks the eye into seeing the space as bigger than it really is.

Dark flooring can create a rich contrast or surprising impression for a well-appointed bathroom too. The same can be used in bathrooms, desk rooms, offices and restaurants because they are easy to clean and do not keep dirt and dust on the surface for too long.


What are the finishes they are available in?

Some of the popular finishes of dark tiles are:-

  • Glazed finish - Glazed tile is a layer of glaze on the surface of polished tiles, it has better brightness and better transparency.

  • Glossy finish - Glossy tiles are reflective and allow light to spring around the room.

  • Matte finish - Floor tiles with matt finish are anti-slippery, thus they reduce the chances of accidents.

  • Textured finish - Texture tiles add warmth and radiance to any area.


What are the textures available in dark tiles?

Orientbell;s ODG Dorma Black Tile has a glossy finish and can be used for bathrooms and kitchen walls with bright colours or lights.

ODG City Khaki Dk Tile too has a glossy finish that makes it easy to clean and maintain.


What are the sizes available in dark tiles?

Dark Tile sizes are dependent on materials and usage. Floor tile is generally manufactured in squares and rectangles that come in a variety of sizes. Square tiles are easily the most common choice among people. Some square sizes are 2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, 6 inches, 8 inches, 12 inches, 16 inches, 18 inches and 24 inches. Large-format tiles, at least 12-18 inches in length, can make your room appear larger and are also becoming increasingly popular.


What are the pros and cons of dark tiles?

Some pros of dark tiles are that they hide the dirt and filth, are easy to maintain as they have a low-contrast look with low-maintenance dark grout. Dark tiles have modern appearances. Dark tiles also make a room appear more grounded. For example, a dark tile in a bathroom with the right lighting emits luxury and gives a feeling of comfort.

Dark tiles have their own benefits, but they have some shortcomings too. They can darken spaces and may look too modern if the rest of the setting is not in sync or if the house is too old. Using dark tiles can also make a room look smaller. Also, using dark tiles in low-light areas can make space a bit melancholy. So try and use them for bigger rooms and if you require formal settings.