Brittany Jacobs Tile Ideas August 11th, 2018 - 17:29:17
Mosaic tiles also make good flooring for small bathrooms. Mosaic tiles in several light colors or in a combination of light and bright colors can be used. Choose depending on the theme and overall decor of your bathroom.
Add pizazz to your bathroom with tile ideas that will set the mood for relaxation. Your bathroom can be one of the places in your home that can be your sanctuary where you can relax. You can create a soothing and relaxing environment in your bathroom with creative tile ideas. This can be done by carefully selecting the right tile design, color, texture, size and even shape.
If you decide to use white tiles, you can add some color by incorporating colored tiles at random in between the white ones or you can use the colored tiles to make a border. This will keep your bathroom from looking dull. You can use colored tiles of a single color or several colors according to your imagination. Tiles with patterns can also be used in between plain colored tiles or as borders.
You can also use bathroom tiles made of stone or mosaic. Stone flooring may be more expensive but they last long. Mosaic tiles are made using glass, old tiles, pebbles etc and add texture and color to the bathroom.
Basically, that fast wearing out of the paint will compel you to re-paint your bathroom repeatedly which can be a lot of expenses. With tiles, you can have them for years. You don't have to replace them every now and then. All you have to do is just maintain their decorative looks.
When coming up with bathroom tiles ideas, you will need to decide first as to which type of tile you want, whether it be ceramic, porcelain, glass or natural stone. You can choose any of the tile types to use in a bathroom installation but you will need to be informed of the implications and characteristics of each tile type to avoid potential failures which are costly and disastrous. Prior to installing your tiles, you will need to evaluate the suitability of the substrate, whether that be the wall or floor and consider if it needs any extra strengthening or waterproofing. The tiles may be too heavy for your wall substrate type, or you may be wanting to use glass tiles which require a different type of adhesive and a professional technique when being fitted to avoid unsightly voids and shadows behind the tiles.