Tile offers endless design possibilities when it comes to home decor, from functional applications like functional tiles for everyday spaces and functional wall tiles, all the way up to distinctive tiles with character for adding charm.
Consider installing glazed ceramic tile in high traffic areas such as kitchens and bathrooms for increased stain and moisture resistance. It will outlive other forms of tile.
Tiles are an adaptable design material that work in every room of the home – from creating a striking mosaic backsplash in your kitchen, to updating the bathroom floor or decorating an accent wall – they can add instantaneous style. Ranging from ceramic and porcelain tiles, glass and stone options – there is sure to be one to fit every taste and decor style!
Tile stands out as an easy option for high traffic areas due to its easy maintenance. Plus, its durability can even withstand snow boots and kids wearing soccer cleats!
Consideration must also be given when selecting tiles for specific areas in your house: their thickness has a direct impact on how they will appear in that space; larger tiles tend to make small rooms appear larger while smaller tiles often create an intimate ambiance in an otherwise empty room.
Once you’ve decided on a tile size, it’s time to consider its layout. There are various ways of laying tiles – including classic grid patterns, herringbone and basket weave patterns or combinations thereof. Varying finishes and patterns can add dimension and choosing the appropriate grout color can complete the picture. When ordering samples for testing purposes, take them home for at least a couple days before making a definitive decision.
From patterned flooring to decorative wall tile, there are various ways you can transform the powder room or master bath. But remember: when considering bathroom tiles ideas for sale, they should complement the overall theme of your house (as buyers respond better when designs flow cohesively).
When selecting tiles for your bathroom, porcelain, ceramic, or glass should be prioritized as they absorb less water and won’t stain over time. Marble and natural stone tiles may require additional care as they absorb humidity more rapidly.
Tile comes in various sizes ranging from one square inch to multiple feet wide. Larger tiles create a more open and airy atmosphere in smaller bathrooms where floor space may be limited, while smaller tiles give greater flexibility by offering mosaic opportunities or mixing up colors and materials from multiple tiles into mosaic designs.
One tip for creating a minimalist bathroom design is picking out colors from tiles in one room and carrying them through into another through different tile materials, shapes, or sizes – this helps bring cohesion between rooms without making your bathroom feel overstuffed or chaotic.
When considering tile flooring ideas for your living room, ceramic and porcelain tiles are among the best choices available to you. Not only are they easy to maintain and don’t retain heat, they look great with many furniture styles and color palettes too!
If you want something different for your living room design, stone tiles such as slate and granite offer timeless elegance that sets the style of the decor. Manufactured facsimiles of these natural materials may even be less costly.
Other tiles you should consider for the living room include terracotta, which makes small spaces feel warm and cozy, and travertine which adds an old-world aesthetic. Both materials come in neutral earth tones which work with various decor styles.
If you are uncertain which tiles would best complement your living room, request samples and live with them for several days before making your final decisions. It’s essential that you see how each tile actually appears in your space compared to how an image online might depict it.
NITCO offers plenty of choices that can add elegance to any bedroom while remaining simple and practical, from ceramic and porcelain floor and wall tiles that create stunning visual statements in any room, as well as durable options that are easy to maintain for years. Since replacing tile can be expensive and time consuming, choosing colors and patterns that won’t grow tired over time is key to finding a solution you love for years.
Attractive considerations aside, size and shape considerations of tiles also play a large role. A bedroom installation featuring larger tiles – like this 12 x 24-inch option from Bruno Deco Tile in this bedroom installation – can create an airier appearance, while smaller options like 4x 4-inch Bruno Deco Tile provide more intimate atmosphere in smaller rooms. Wood-look tile like Bedrosians’ Barrique Series add warmth by mimicking oak, maple, cherry wood grain patterns – perfect for bedrooms.