Four Tips for Enhancing Your Shower with Tiles

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Kitchen and Bath

Designing the perfect bathroom requires that you give attention to two of the most important fixtures in this area; bathtub and shower. While you might be tempted to cut corners and stick to the basics, adding spa like features can make a world of difference. Do you know what else can have a huge impact on the design your home bathroom? Yes, the right tiling in the shower stall and bathtub is essential for further maximizing the overall look.

Selecting the right shower tile isn’t as easy as it may seem. A number of factors come into play when shopping for the perfect tiles. The size and style of the tiles are largely dependent on the shape and size of the area. Here are some tips for picking out the right tile for the bathtub and shower.

  1. Opt for smaller tiles for curves
    If your shower features architectural curves, then it is best that you install small sized tiles. If you’re aiming for a really polished look, smaller tiles will be able to handle the arches and curves without deviating from the design.

  2. Use caution when selecting mosaic tile
    Who doesn’t love mosaic tiles? This is a popular option for the bathroom because it adds style to the area. However, if your plans on using it in the shower or bathtub then you should make sure that there is at least ninety five percent contact from the tile to the backboard. This is important because you don’t want to rely on just glue to keep the tiles intact.

  3. Small or Large Glass Tiles
    Even though glass tiles are trendy they can also be challenging to use. With just a few uses glass tiles can begin to look foggy due to the moisture that gets trapped behind them, This can definitely make the shower look unattractive. Therefore, you should stick to small glass tiles rather than large ones.

  4. Adding A Feature Wall
    If you really want to make your shower stand out consider installing a feature wall. A feature wall will utilize a different tile design from the one you selected to install around the area.

If you need any help with deciding what type of tile is right for your bathroom, contact us or visit us at one of our ten locations and we would love to help you! 888-TileYou (845-3968)

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