Friday, 7 August 2015

5 Different Type of Bathroom Shower Tile

Shower Tile is often the most used material in the bathroom so choosing the right one is an easy way to kick up your bathroom's style. See how top designers create lovely loos with marble, ceramic, porcelain and glass shower tile.

Bathroom shower tiles create a new focal point in the room while adding a touch of class. The greatest advantage of tiles is that they are easier to clean than most other materials; however, before you shower tile your shower, it is important to choose a design.                
More Marble

Designer Mark Williams makes the slipper tub the star of this luxurious bathroom by tucking it into a tile-covered arch beneath an oversized Palladian window. Larger 9 x 18 Carrara marble tiles surround the window while smaller marble subway tiles line the arch. To complete the traditional look, Mark chose Cararra marble and black granite basketweave tiles for the bathroom’s floor.

Ocean Color Tiles

Tiles in turquoise, aqua, seafoam or blue green (whichever name you prefer) would work. Here's another bathroom design with reflective tile but this time it's turquoise. It produces a very festive look. Archello.

Bright Tile

The bright red shower tile and the beautiful accent it adds to the bathroom. Red works perfectly with natural wood color. Taking a relaxing hot shower after a long day of work never looked better. You got to be brave to go with this idea, it's not for everyone. Most people prefer subtle colors in the bathroom.

Horizontal Tile 

What if you take subway shower tiles and stretch them long and skinny you get a very different idea that actually works great for small bathrooms. Such elongated horizontal tile pattern is quite trendy these days. Even Home Depot carries similar tile now. It makes room look wider. And with the small space living becoming more common, the horizontal designs are getting handy.

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