Published at Thursday, April 05th 2018. by Katharine Owen in Tiles Design.
The size and arrangement of your bathroom tiles should be your next consideration. Large tiles will obviously cover a larger area quickly and effectively, whereas small tiles are ideal for smaller areas such as basin surrounds or for framing a design. Mosaic tiles can be very time consuming but with a skilled artistic touch you can create a unique focal point. By placing rectangular tiles on their side you can make a small bathroom appear broader and adding a diamond pattern in the centre of a wall will create depth and focus.
You can either fit a single tile in between the plain ceramic tiles or you can create a row or design of the designer tiles in-between the ceramic tiles. It all depends upon your choice but if you are interested you can take the help of a designer to finalize the design for you. Before you start installing the tiles you should have your bathroom wall tile design handy so that you can share it with your tile installer. It is important for you to check the quality of the tile before you fit them. Apart from selecting the non-porous tile variety you should ensure that the tiles do not fade and are able to withstand high temperatures.
Small Bathroom Tile Design Ideas
So whether you choose big or small, black or white, ceramic or glass, I hope this article has given you some ideas for your bathroom tile designs or at least highlighted the importance of having one as part of your overall bathroom design.
There are a baffling array of materials and colours to choose from so take your time and consider the overall effect that your trying to achieve. Bathroom tiles can be made from ceramics, glass, stone, metal and other natural materials. Ceramic tile are the most popular and come in a range of colour and finishes. White glossy tiles are the cheapest and will provide a cost effective solution to achieving a bright, light and clean bathroom design, however too many without contrast may give a too clinical effect. So by all means use them as a base, but throw in the odd darker tile to break them up or frame them.
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