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shower wall tiles - what to keep in mind

by:DMS Seals     2020-06-21
Shower wall tiles may be the most important impact when redesigning the bathroom.
If you are thinking about redecorating, choosing the right tile is probably the most important part.
Tiles are just one of them, but there are a lot of different types of tiles to choose from.
Glazed tiles are more suitable for bathroom walls than the floor, as they are slippery if wet.
Tile is another variety that can handle years of heavy handling while maintaining color and original beauty.
In addition to the material, size is the key factor to consider when choosing shower wall tiles.
Big tiles can cause the area to get bigger, which is desirable, but 20 \"x 20\" tiles will be too big if your wall is only 3 feet.
Try to find a good balance between the size of the tile and the size of the wall you plan to cover.
If you intend to include decorative patterns or decorations, keep in mind that you will install pipe valves in one place or another.
You don\'t want the shower head to interrupt your beautiful decorative accent!
Mixed tile styles are encouraged to form patterns on the walls, but be careful about mixing tiles of different thickness.
You want a smooth installation, so be sure to check with your tile designer or installer to make sure your options work together.
In addition to the mix style, there are options for laying tiles.
You can run all the way to the ceiling or stop for about 8\'aff (
Above the finished floor).
Do you want to make your tiles square or inclined?
In addition to the line at the eye level, you can set all the tiles to a square.
Lining up the top and bottom accent lines with diagonal bands or decorative dots will add a lot of interest to your shower wall tiles.
Consider if you like the choice of tiles for small or large grout lines and grout colors.
Don\'t forget to use a sealant for your grout to help prevent mold and mildew.
If you have walls large enough and you choose large-format shower wall tiles, you need to keep in mind the coordinated tiles for the shower floor, which are small enough to tilt the drain on the shower floor.
Typically, 4 \"x 4\" or 6 \"x 6\" tiles or smaller mosaics work best, depending on the exact size of the shower and the required spacing.
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