Renovating your bathroom is no easy task. Despite the small size, there are so many elements to consider, from the shower to the vanity. Another big consideration is the bathroom tile design. This can really dictate the mood and vibe of the room as a whole. Here are some tidbits of advice for selecting tiles to give your room the desired ambiance.
Tip #1 – Begin Small
Select just one element of the tile, such as color, size, or design pattern. Once you have chosen a single element and made a decision, you can progress to the next element. The bottom line is to just focus on one thing at a time to avoid being overwhelmed. This applies to both bathroom and kitchen upgrades.
Tip # 2 – Limit the Variety
As a general rule, if you choose to use more than one tile, stick to no more than three. Too many different tile styles can detract from the room, making it a visual distraction. Your contractor can help you narrow your selection to the top two or three designs based on your personal preference and bathroom layout.
Tip # 3 – Know Your Habits
A home remodel is an exciting endeavor! The novelty of change, though, can result in decisions that don’t factor in your routine habits. It’s safe to assume that if you loathe cleaning your bathroom pre-renovation, you’ll still loathe cleaning your bathroom post-renovation. Keep maintenance in perspective when choosing the ideal bathroom tiles.
Tip # 4 – Don’t Go Overboard
If you choose more than one tile, only make one of the tiles an attention-grabber. For example, you can have a glossy floral pattern, while the other two have a more plain design, such as all-white or all-grey ceramic.
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