Janine Burns Tile Ideas July 30th, 2018 - 03:02:55
Most people do not like the idea of tiling their bathroom walls from floor to ceiling. Your bathroom will end up looking like a public restroom. The best idea is to tile the walls unto eye level or a little more. You can give borders to the tile arrangement. White tiles bordered by tiles in another color like red or blue looks good. You can also use different colored tiles to create a border. Patterned tiles also make good borders for an assembly of plain tiles. Border tiles ought to be thinner than the tiles that make up the body f the wall.
Thus, while selecting your bathroom shower tile ideas, firstly you will need to decide on your budget and then select the materials accordingly. You can get bathroom shower tiles made of different materials, for example, stone, cobble stone, marble, glass etc.
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.
One of the most popular bathroom wall tile ideas involves using large, rectangular shaped tiles. Larger tiles mean lesser grout and this makes cleaning easier since dirt tends to accumulate in the group used to fill in the space between tiles. Other bathroom wall tile ideas include using different patterned tiles, scattering colored tiles at random and using dark colored grout.
A truly designer space can be achieved when tiling a bathroom, with relatively inexpensive tiles by using a large format white tile with a matching sized colour tile used as a contrast horizontally or vertically. White tiles can look a little clinical when used exclusively to tile a bathroom, consider using a striking contrast floor tile that matches some other fittings.
Tiles also come in a variety of sizes, which when pieced together can create quite a unique look. You can choose to tile the entire wall from floor to ceiling with both the same color and type of tile. Another option is to mix it up and have one color of tile on the bottom of the wall and another color towards the top separated by narrow, textured tile pieces that act as a chair rail.