Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 13th , 2017.
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.
Glazed. This tile is completely covered in a wear layer or hard finish that is typically colored. It is strong and dense and offers the widest range of colors and designs.
We all love the look of hardwood flooring, but most contractors say it has no place in a moist bathroom. The next best thing may be faux hardwood porcelain tile.
One day you’re loving subtle lace accents and the next day … doilies everywhere. Yikes. Maybe you prefer black in generous amounts, so you accidentally turn your home into a dark abyss. Your go-to design choices can easily cross the line from a fun proclivity into too much, so it’s essential to seek out materials that let you break up the monotony, like fun, unexpected tiles.
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