Published at Saturday, March 24th 2018. by Carole Jennings in Tiles Design.
Before creating bath and shower tile designs, you must choose your pattern and tiles you want. When using tile to create designs there are three kinds of tiles you can use. There are field tiles, which are simple in shape. These come in many sizes and are great to use when covering a large area. The next tiles are the accent tiles. These tiles are designed with unusual shapes, sheens and textures. All it takes is a few of these to turn an ordinary tile pattern into something extraordinary. Last, the trim tiles are your border tiles. These are typically narrow and go around the edge to add to your design.
If you have the budget to spend, then you might as well make your bathroom look like a total hotel suite. You can choose from a wide range of designer bathroom pieces when it comes to tiles or maybe settle for the glass types which are all pricier. You should make it yield to looking sleek and streamlined along with an overall minimalist design. You can also choose to settle instead for the sharper and cleaner lines whether it is rounded or squared.
Then you need to consider your bathroom design theme and style. A traditional country bathroom might have slate floor tiles or more rustic earth tones for the wall tiles. A modern bathroom could have mirrored tiles or designer italian glass tiles for a contemporary finish. For a colonial look the black and white checkerboard tile design will always give a striking classic look.
Making designs with tiles
To choose the right tile design and pattern is the most critical of all steps if you happen to have a tiny spaced bathroom. What you should settle for is a tile that can give off a very light feel and you can achieve this by settling with the most subtle of colors so that it can help creating the illusion that your room actually looks bigger. This is due to the reason that ceramic tiles can reflect light and hence, it could also help if you can place a good amount of mirrors and proper lighting around.
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