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Bathroom Floors Tile Types Used In Bathrooms  

"Tile floors and bathrooms go together like a peanut butter and jelly" - and these are facts. Many bathrooms have tile on every surface like floors, walls, countertops, tubs and shower areas. One of the great joys of tiling a bathroom is the chance to experiment with bold colors and unusual designs.

How long does it take?
Tiling the average bathroom floor takes usually 2 to 3 days.

Ceramic tiles - Is being considered as the most popular material used by homeowners to tile bathrooms. It's combines strength and durability with timeless good looks.

Porcelain tiles - Is a type of ceramic tile but made by the dust pressed method from a composition which results in a tile that is dense, impervious, fine grained and smooth, with a sharply formed face. It is available in mat, unglazed or a high polished finish.

Natural Stone tiles - Include granite, marble, travertine, slate, sandstone, and quartzite. Stone Care products are perfect for Home Improvement, kitchen remodeling, and bathroom remodeling projects and are for commercial and residential use.

Quarry tile - This tiles are made by extrusion process from natural clay or shale. It is usually available in red and brown dark shades.

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Useful Tips When Tiling a Bathroom
It is not a secret that tiles are the best solutions for bathrooms since this is the wettest part of the house. The bathroom can be a place where families start their day, but it can also be a place of retreat and relaxation, where you wind down with a bubble bath.

When you are thinking of starting a new project for your bathroom you should ask yourself a few questions. Who will be using the bathroom?, What style do I prefer?, Is creating spalike environment important to me? and of course, How much money am I willing to spend?.

If your bathroom is attached to a bedroom you should use the same color to match the concept and choose complementary tiles.




If your bathroom is small, mirrors can help you to create a greater sense of space. If there aren't any windows in the room, consider creating a new focal point with a mural of outdoor scenery. Place the mural opposite the mirror for maximum effect.
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