Maritza Emerson Tile Ideas July 12th, 2018 - 05:51:57
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.
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.
Another one the good bathroom floor tiles ideas is to use pebbled tiles. They come in different textures and styles. These tiles give the bathroom and cool and natural look. Combine them with chrome fixtures, potted plants and mirrors to give your bathroom an elegant look.
If you decide to go in for plain white or off-white colored tiles for your bathroom wall, you can liven up the ensemble by including dark colored tiles like red, blue or green ones in the middle. It need not follow a certain pattern. Just include the colored tiles at random positions. This will add a dash of color to your bathroom. Another idea is to incorporate tiles with paintings or prints in between plain white ones. For instance a few tiles with pretty floral prints in between pale pink or white tiles give a delicate, feminine touch to the bathroom. You can also choose to incorporate a single large tile with a painting or design in the middle and surround it with plain colored tiles.
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.
Bathrooms today are not limited in their tile choices to plain white, square, glazed ceramic tiles as they used to be. Today, there are literally thousands of different styles and sizes of bathroom tile ideas and choices. Ceramic is not the only material, either. Tiles are now readily available in travertine, sandstone, or marble just to name a few.