Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 13th , 2017.
Porcelain tile is a popular choice for bathroom floors. Porcelain is a denser, less porous and harder option that offers greater stain and water resistance than ceramic tile. Plus, it’s suitable for radiant in-floor heat to keep feet toasty on cool mornings. Porcelain offers unmatched design versatility. Tiles can mimic natural stone varieties, such as granite and limestone. Newer designs draw inspiration from exotic locales and fashion runways, with surfaces that evoke leather, fabric, even animal prints.
Sheet vinyl. This seamless option is a favorite for high-traffic baths that tend to get splashed. Generally available in 6- or 12-foot-wide rolls, sheet vinyl comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood.
It doesn’t get much more luxurious than a marble bathroom. Here, marble tiles envelop the space, continuing from the floor all the way up the walls. In the shower, a wall of taupe, hexagon-shaped tiles adds warmth and interesting texture.
For a totally finished look, Wolf may suggest removing a window’s existing wood casing and replacing it with tile. "We call it ’picture framing’ the window," he explains. Wolf typically recommends a natural stone or ceramic border tile with some depth for the best results. And to really tie the look together, incorporate tile used elsewhere in the room.
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