Maritza Emerson Tile Ideas July 30th, 2018 - 02:42:38
If you are in doubt about the kind of flooring you want for your bathroom, take a minute to glance through the current trends. Bathroom floors are usually done in ceramic or vinyl tiles. Some people use linoleum. If you have a good budget, you can go in for marble or granite flooring.
When you are looking for some bathroom tiles ideas, you probably visit the local bathroom and tile store and check out their static displays to try and gain some inspiration or ideas for your project. Tiles have come a long way in the past twenty years or so, what was once considered a practical option to be used as a splash back around a sink or one row high around the bath, is now considered to be a design choice and the market is huge for the consumer. Tiles offer a hard wearing practical and beautiful solution as a floor and wall covering in a bathroom.
Bathroom wall tile ideas are manifold and you can really get creative. Just make sure it vibes well with the overall decor, fixtures and theme of the bathroom.
The first thing to keep in mind while tiling a bathroom is to choose tiles that are resistant to moisture. You have several choices in this regard. You can choose ceramic tiles or glass tiles which have a super cool look or you can choose mosaic tiles. The choice depends on your taste and budget.
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.
If you don't have one in mind, there are a lot of sources that can help you. There is the web. You can search over it for ideas that will suit your style. It can help you search for shops and stores too where you can buy tiles with discount. There are also the magazines which are a very handy source. If you prefer professional help, you can hire a bathroom designer.