Bathroom tub tiles come in a wide range of colors, textures and styles. It can be difficult to limit the number of choices to find the one that best suits your budget and taste. Decide if you want your card to be background, accent or the main decorative element in your bathroom. Neutral tile provides a canvas for other design elements. A decorative border can showcase architectural details or visually divide the space. Vibrant, intricate artisan tiles can be a model example of an otherwise subdued decor. Tile is not easy, so choose something you love and can live with for a long time.
Create a color palette and style to your bathroom. Use paint chips, magazine photos and fabric swatches to put together a basic plan. Think proportion when selecting bathroom tub tiles. Large floor tiles can overwhelm a small bathroom. Small mosaic adds visual interest to the wall but requires more frequent cleaning to keep the grout looking fresh.
Measure the areas you want the tile to find the area you need to cover. Form a budget for your tiling project. Include a payment for the supply and installation, if you do not plan to do all the tile work himself. Many tile products are priced by the square meter, so this is a useful number to have. Research the types of tiles available, and choose styles that interest you. Frequently tiles used in bathrooms are vinyl, ceramic, mosaic, glass, slate, limestone, granite and marble.
Ask the seller if you can borrow such trays to take home. Place the samples in your bathroom and look at them at different times of day and under artificial and natural light. Live with them for a few days to make sure they are the right choice for your project. Choose water-resistant stone or tile for your bathroom. Unglazed quarry stone is porous and is best in other parts of the house. Think texture when selecting bathroom tub tiles. The bathroom floor is often wet and slick floor tiles can pose a security risk.