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Bathroom Tiles



Bathroom Tiles


Bathroom Floor Tiles

Bathroom Wall Tiles

Ceramic Bathroom Tiles


Choosing the right bathroom tiles is made easier if you understand a few simple rules. This short tutorial will give you the information you need to make the right choice. Simply read through the information below and then take a look at the tiles that interest you. After that, you can make your purchase through this website and we'll deliver your bathroom tiles directly to you, or if you prefer, please call our free phone number; 0800 195 6620 we'll be happy to help with any questions you may have.


Bathroom Floor Tiles


Bathroom Floor TilesSize is important! So is colour and texture when selecting the right bathroom floor tiles. One of the basic rules for interior design is to use big tiles to give the appearance of a large room, but with bathrooms, large floor tiles might prove to have the reverse effect by making it seem cramped and crowded, so it is often best to opt for a medium sized tile if your bathroom is really tiny. There is another way we can create the feel of space if we want to. This is often done using colour. Light colours give the illusion of space while darker colours give the feeling of warmth and coziness. If your bathroom has a lot of windows and natural light, you may like to use darker colours to dilute the often overpowering spaciousness created by the ambient light provided by the windows. Another consideration for bathroom floor tiles is the texture. Highly polished ceramic bathroom tiles might look great and be easy to clean, but could become slippery when wet. On the other hand, a matt finished tile would not be as slippery, quarry tiles would require sealing regularly and are usually hard to keep clean. In short, you should base your choice of bathroom floor tiles on these three important considerations. Once you have chosen your tiles, please visit our tile adhesives section to learn about the best adhesives and grouts to use in your bathroom. And don't forget, if you like the idea of nice warm tiles under your feet in the bathroom, take a look at our under tile heating section as well.




Bathroom Wall Tiles


Bathroom Wall TilesAppearance is important and so is practicality, the right bathroom wall tiles will give you both of these qualities. Let's start with the appearance. The same rules above also apply to wall tiles as far as size and colour go. However, there is one more thing to be aware of concerning the size of your bathroom wall tiles. You may have a lot of taps and fixtures in certain areas of your bathroom that would require some complex cutting or drilling to accommodate them. If this is the case, mosaic tiles could be a wise option as you can simply use a pair of scissors to do this and then blend into larger tiles of a similar theme for the larger wall areas. Now about the texture, a no slip surface is not usually the most import thing with wall tiles, so ease of cleaning might be you most relevant consideration here. In which case, nice polished ceramic bathroom tiles could be perfect, and if you like the natural look of stone, you might consider our Atelier Range by Pilkington Tiles , they have the look of natural stone but don't need sealing, thus making cleaning easy.



Now that you have studied this tutorial, you probably have a good idea of what kind of tiles you would like. The only thing you need to do now is browse our range of bathroom tiles to find the ones you like, then simply order them direct from this website or call us on 0800 195 6620 and you can be tiling your bathroom today.



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