Choosing Your Bathroom Tiles
Whilst the plethora of choice of tiles on the market means you can personalise your bathroom to reflect your own taste, too much choice can become overwhelming and make settling on a decision more difficult. We discuss a few things you should take into consideration when choosing your bathroom tiles, to help you narrow down your choices.
The Size of The Tile
The size of the tile you choose should reflect the size of your bathroom, especially if you are looking to maximise the space. Putting large tiles in a small space will only serve to make the room look smaller and could appear quite overpowering.
Aligning the size of the tiles to the space you have available will give a uniform and neat appearance that many people strive to create in the bathroom.
The Colour of the Tile
Wallpaper and carpets have been ousted from modern bathrooms for many years in favour of floors and walls that are tiled. When revamping both the walls and flooring of your bathroom, use colours and patterns that complement each other but don’t be afraid to use colours from different palettes – for example, a white tile on the wall can look great with wooden flooring. If you’re unsure, an interior specialist or bathroom professional should be able to help you achieve your desired look.
Benefits of Tiling Bathroom Walls
Tiles are a great addition to a kitchen or bathroom as they are easy to maintain due to their wipe clean surface. Additionally, tiles are cost-effective and durable, ensuring a clean and modern appearance can be maintained in your bathroom for many years to come.
Of course, when decorating you don’t want to be limited by choice and as we’ve already mentioned, tiles come in various, sizes, patterns and colours, ensuring you can completely tailor your new decor.
The Cheshunt Bathroom Centre
As well as offering a supply and fit service, we also offer supply only if you would prefer to fit the bathroom yourself or have a lower budget. If you are considering re-vamping your bathroom, we welcome you to contact us. Please call today on 01992 426 666 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.