White tiles – how to finish your own interior in a beautiful style

White is a timeless colour, associated with elegance but also with purity. That is why this kind of decorative tiles are ideal not only for the living room or bedroom, but also for the kitchen or the bathroom. Additionally, white tiles perfectly complement interiors finished in different styles, including those characterised by minimalism, intensity, or variety. 

White tiles (just like black ones) have a very wide range of applications, all the more so because they are available on the market in many designs and colour variations. Incana offers white tiles inspired by geometric shapes, bricks, stones, and concrete. 

The universal character of white tiles

The white colour can be successfully used in interior decoration regardless of whether your house is dominated by heavy, noble antique furniture or simple, modern minimalist furniture. In the first case, white tiles will add lightness and elegance, in the second – a slightly industrial character to your furniture. This colour will surely also go with the traditional interiors, filled with ancient accessories, various decorations and memorabilia. White is also a perfect match for light interiors arranged in the Mediterranean style (in this case, it is worth to match it with blue or various shades of ochre) and the Provencal style (combined with delicate wooden furniture and light colours). 

White tiles are also an indispensable element of the hygge style finish, i.e. light wood, pleasant fabrics and atmospheric accessories. They are also easy to apply in rooms where the retro style is dominant. 

It is worth remembering that regardless of the style, white will in any case brighten up and optically enlarge a room. That is why white tiles will work well in a small attic, for example. 

White, brick-imitating tiles

Timeless designs inspired by the classic bricks have been popular for years. Incana’s offer includes the following tile ranges:

Mattone (1.5 cm thick Slim series gypsum board, which transfers the classic, regular brick style onto the wall)

Retro Vanilla (a concrete tile in white broken up with a small amount of grey) – Murro (gypsum tiles that imitate a classic brick with a finished grout)

Castel (a concrete tile imitating brick, which is characterized by particularly high resistance to frost and other adverse weather conditions)

Brico Wall (a gypsum tile imitating a brick with a finished grout, with characteristic delicate curves).

Stone-inspired stylish white tiles

Decorative stone comes in both irregular and symmetrical patterns. The following products imitating various types of rocks and stones can be found among the tiles offered by Incana:

Arno Bianco (symmetrical gypsum tiles of various textures, arranged using larger segments, consisting of smaller elements with contrasting textures),

Alaska (a concrete tile with a stone, asymmetrical texture and neutral colours,

Mizar (with a pattern arrangement that is a stylish combination of wood and stone),

Centra (a gypsum tile inspired by the characteristic texture of the sedimentary rock, white with a gentle touch of brown) – Delia (a gypsum tile available in two universal colours – white and grey).

White tiles with a geometrical pattern, reflecting the texture of concrete or wood  

Incana’s offer also includes white tiles inspired by various geometrical patterns. These include:

Estillo (it transfers a regular and orderly pattern of white squares onto the wall),

Phenomena (corrugated tile, water and dirt resistant thanks to the use of a special paint)

Quadro (tiles with modern symmetry broken by the original play of chiaroscuro). 

Other interesting products with a concrete-like texture include:

Stripe Bianco (a tile with numerous pits and pores)

Metro (a tile with elements characteristic for concrete textures).

Nature lovers, on the other hand, should pay attention to the Forest Bianco range, which is thin (Slim version) and characterized by low weight and high durability. This range of white tiles is also distinguished by the varied surface of wood-inspired design.