Published at Monday, March 26th 2018. by Estella Elliott in Tiles Design.
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.
Design Aspects That Need To Be Stressed
•Consider the entire color scheme of the room including counters, floors, and walls. Adjust your tile creation to create focal points or to compliment.
The dimensions of a room are very important for starting any tile design. Tile patterns whether for shower tiles or a bathroom floor tile floor need to be based on the overall sizes of the surface being treated. It is essential to base a design on full tile sizes as cutting of tiles is a problematic job and would also render the design less effective. Work out the entire design before hand and calculate the different types and colors of tiles being used and ensure that you have sufficient quantity of the material before you start laying the tiles. There is no harm in having some extra tiles as breakages are a possibility.
When fitting the bathroom tiles, there are many aspects that need to be taken care. The foremost is to select the tiles and the materials that they are made of. Since, there will be dampness in the bathroom it is always advisable to fit tiles which are made of non-porous materials. Ceramic tiles are usually used for the wall tiles and the design depends upon your choice. Ideally the wall tile should match the color of the wall and the floor tiles. Some people also use contrasting tile colors for their bathroom wall tile design and the floor tile design.
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