Bathroom Tile. Wednesday , September 20th , 2017 - 20:26:38 PM
Vinyl tiles. This easy-to-install option mimics stone or ceramic tile. Virtually any color is available, and sizes range from small to large format. Tiles can be installed in virtually any pattern for a custom look. Many types can be grouted for a true-to-life look.Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) is primarily made from limestone and is low cost. Solid vinyl tile (SVT) and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) contain more vinyl, for better performance and more realistic appearance.
Wood is a risky choice for the bathroom, but you can mimic its rustic, textural look with tile. Meant to imitate reclaimed oak, the tiles in this bath combine the rugged beauty of wood with the strength and durability of porcelain.
Sure, you love the look of natural stone and ceramic tile in the bathroom, but you don’t love the cost. If you want an alternative that’s easy on the budget, low-maintenance, and comfortable underfoot, turn to vinyl. Water-resistant and antimicrobial, vinyl is available in hundreds of colors, patterns, and designs. It’s fairly easy to install (chances are you can do it yourself) and today’s styles offer enhanced realism. It’s warmer to the touch than tile, a plus for winter mornings, and has a cushioned feel that reduces leg fatigue. And if you knock a vase of flowers off the vanity, it probably won’t break. Most manufacturers offer unique features for stain protection, cushioning, durability, and antimicrobial properties.
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