Kitchen floor tiles

Tiles are used for a variety of reasons. They are easy to maintain, long-lasting, and a large variety ensures that your area is unique. But why restrict the tiles to just make a kitchen backsplash or prevent the walls of your bathroom from rotting. Because tiles are flexible, so you can use them as you like:

1. Inlaid tile rug: 

Place the pattern of the rug on a large work surface to obtain accurate measurements and design. Mix the tile from different boxes before beginning to avoid color variations. Use a pencil to number each tile or stack the tile so that you can easily move the template to the floor without losing track of the pattern.

Or you can simply choose patterned AGL Tiles for a specific part of the living room or entry paveway.

2. Headboard: 

One of the easiest ways to dress up your bedroom is with a lovely headboard. Unfortunately, this isn't cost-effective. But there’s a way to save your money and make the look you want your own!

You can use interesting tiles to design your headboard. By the time you finish the design pattern, your bed and bedroom will have a new, fresh look!

3. DIY Art on Tiles: 

Have you recently tiled your bathroom floor? Or is it a bathtub or a shower pan? Or the whole tub, huh? If that's the case, you typically have a few–or a lot–leftover designer tiles.

Build beautiful Warli art on the tile and see it turn into a beautiful piece of art of your own. Decorate the walls of your house with it.

4. Tile Apron: 

This makes the modern bathroom a bit more exciting. There's no need to shift for washing and vacuuming; not to mention they look stunning. One way to enhance the appearance of a plain apron is to create the appearance of a built-in tub is to simply add and tile a short wall in front of the tub.


Display your ingenuity in home decor by customizing AGL Tiles to a beautiful nameplate. Tile nameplates are in vogue, make a welcome entry using them.


While you're embellishing your home, don't forget about it! Precious marble tiles can be epoxy to hand-cut brass sheet metal to make a lovely necklace – and while you're at it, if you have enough tiles left over, why don't you make a bunch for all your jewelry-loving friends?

Whichever way you use them - #TilesAreAwesome