Deciding which tile color to use depends on your personal taste and design style. Your home has a unique look, and you should choose tile that fits with your home’s theme. Thankfully, tile comes in just as many colors as there are individual tastes, so it shouldn’t be too hard to find a style you love. Here is some more information to make the decision easier.
The cost of installing tile in your bathroom depends on the type of tile you choose. Glazed ceramic tile costs $1-$20 per square foot, unglazed quarry tiles are around $2 per square foot, porcelain tiles cost $2-$4 per square foot, and natural stone tiles can start at $2 per square foot and increase from there. For more help on your bathroom remodel, get in touch with a professional.
The maintenance required of tile depends on the type of tile it is. Most often, however, it can be cleaned with non-abrasive household cleaner and a damp sponge or mop.
Yes, the color and texture of your grout is important, too. While most people don’t consider grout as a beautiful and aesthetic part of tiling, it does have an impact. Using a color and texture that complements your tile selection makes an overall impact on the look of your room.
Yes. Use an accent color—either a different shade of the same color or a different color altogether. You can do this by adding a border, pattern, or some other interesting arrangement.
Tiles have been around for centuries, adorning the homes of Roman and Egyptian royalty as a sign of wealth and elegance. They continue to be one of the most popular materials in homebuilding today.
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