Kitchen has been transformed over time. The exclusive service function it had in the past has been supplemented by many others. Today, in many houses, the kitchen is the active centre, not only for those who love cooking: it is a place of conviviality, especially when it is immersed in the living area through an open space, an increasingly popular solution. 

The selection of kitchen wall and floor tiles involves various considerations on the quality of the material and aesthetics. Let's take a look at some ideas and suggestions for porcelain tiles to be installed on floors and walls in the kitchen.

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Moov - Moka Brik
Artemis - White
Ikon - Silver
Elements Lux - Emperador
Elements Lux - Emperador
K-Color - Ivory Fire
K-Color - Urban Ivory

Tile ideas for your kitchen floors and walls

Materials that are resistant to knocks, stains and humidity, that are easy and quick to clean and that cannot be slipped on are extremely important to choose for your kitchen. Porcelain stoneware has all these features, plus one more, which should not be neglected: the possibility of choosing from a very wide range of effects and colours that blend in well with the style of the rest of the house, both in open space solutions and in dedicated spaces.

In the kitchen, many people today wonder whether or not to use wall tiles: tiles installed in the kitchen as a wall covering are a practical detail that is difficult to give up. This is a choice that has been simplified over time, thanks to the availability of materials and colours, those you can find in the Ceramiche Keope catalogue.

Do you want to give your kitchen a clear design and contemporary style imprint with Nordic influences? A stone-effect floor, as in the Chorus collection, combined with tiles of the same colour, or a change of shade, give great personality and a new rhythm to a room that will not lose its welcoming warmth.

If your style is classic, the marble effect of the Interno4 collection introduces the theme of opulence into spaces with the polished version, updating twentieth-century references thanks to its natural veining in the matt version. If, on the other hand, we are thinking of a contemporary marble-effect porcelain tiles wall or floor, with brighter touches of colour, the new Ceramiche Keope 9cento collection is a journey made up of nuances enhanced by clear references to modern architecture.

Kitchen floors and walls with Keope collections

Continue to browse the Ceramiche Keope catalogue to discover all the proposals for the kitchen: from stone-effect tiles to wood-effect wall tiles, from the smallest to the largest sizes.