The decision you anticipate being the most fun among the several options available to you when you decide to remodel or build a bathroom in your home is selecting the tiles. They will probably be the first thing you notice and they will set the design and feel of the final area.
Of course, given the vast selection, the anticipation of finally selecting your tiles can quickly give way to indecision. Which is better, light or dark? Big or little? Matte or shiny? Smooth and modern or natural and textured? It’s enough to cause stress and anxiety about making the right decisions in place of that delight. Don’t worry! As you keep reading, you will find several tile-choosing suggestions that will make it simpler than ever for you to decide what you actually want to accomplish with your dream bathroom.
Select your wow factor first. When you enter your restroom, what do you think will be the first thing you notice? Will the shower enclosure be gorgeous? Consider using your main bathroom tiles Perth in this area, if possible. Will it have a roll-top freestanding tub? Then decide on the ideal accent wall tile to serve as its background. You might be using a gorgeous antique as a vanity. Take into consideration the tiles you wish to utilize for your backsplash. Your ability to choose tiles that will highlight and compliment your chosen feature will depend on how early you identify what the focal point of your bathroom will be.
Finding a design that you genuinely adore is a simple approach to start choosing your bathroom tiles. Maybe there’s a pattern, a bright color, or a unique shape that has captured your heart. This will become the room’s focal tile and can be utilized to accent the walls, provide drama to the flooring, or even cover the entire shower enclosure. The accent tiles you choose should then be based on your stand-out tile.
Think about your accent tiles. Once you’ve decided on your feature tile, only one or two other tiles should be thought of to complement it. Making sure that the complementary tiles support the stand-out tile is important because using too many bold tiles in a space will result in too many focal points. Neutral, plain, or simply textured tiles would work well in this area. Many of our collections include a variety of tile patterns and styles that work beautifully together to create a unified aesthetic.
The next important thing is selecting floor tiles. Your bathroom floor tiles may only serve as a compliment to the focal tile you’ve previously chosen for the room. The most recent trend, though, is to add a little wow factor with a patterned floor if you chose something a little simpler for the walls. With our wood impression floor tiles, you may achieve a bohemian vibe, something a little bolder, or even the appearance of actual wood for the ideal rustic or scandic finish. In general, you might want to wait to use any large format tiles in a small room (like many bathrooms are). Select tiles that will fit your room’s dimensions, such as mosaic tiles for a little cloakroom or medium-sized tiles for a bathroom of medium size.