Priscilla Jimenez Tile Ideas August 01st, 2018 - 02:38:33
Another area that you can add some tile work to is the countertop. By adding tile here as well as the walls and floor, you can achieve a room that looks elegant and well put together. Choose tile in complementary colors, but vary the textures and the sizes of the tiles to please the eye and to add different layers.
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.
You can find a few bathroom tile ideas here, but the possibilities are endless in what kind of space you can create with tiles. By combining different tile types cleverly with each other and having a little designer flair, you will be able to achieve a beautiful long lasting tiled bathroom that will stand the test of time.
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.
In the bathroom is where tiles can really be both decorative and functional. As bathrooms are always moist, the use of tiles in them makes them easier to maintain. Compared to paints, tiles in the shower and other parts of the bathroom last longer. If you will just be painting your bathroom, every exposure to water can make the paint wear out easily.
One popular solution for a bathroom is to create a wet room, which is basically a walk in shower room that is much more comfortable than the enclosed shower types. These can be created to suit virtually any room type as long as a few simple rules are followed. The room will need to be waterproofed (tanked) to provide a seal and water leaking downstairs or next door. The tiles will need to have falls created if they don't already exist in the substrate, to allow the water to drain and the water to not pool in an area.