How To Make A Statement With Bathroom Tiles

Homeowners of a 3-bedroom Victorian terraced home in Fordingbridge, New Hampshire wanted to add a dramatic flair to their bathroom. They decided to use a new theme which will give the bathroom an updated look by using bold-patterned bathroom tiles and panels painted with matching dark grey. The walls were in crisp white to generate the feeling of spaciousness.

Even if the size was the bathroom was quite large, it lacked character. The flooring was covered with unsightly water stains. The family wanted to turn the outdated bathroom in a haven of relaxation. They hired a local builder to do the bulk of the work but decided to tackle the panelling by themselves. The family sanded, primed and painted the panels with a colour that matched the bathroom tiles.

When the old shower was removed, the family found out that it had leaks. It took them 10 days to finish the shower because they had to wait for it to dry out. They were also sent the wrong basin taps and shower taps which meant additional waiting time.

Luckily, the layout was quite good and the family was able to keep the existing roll-top bath. To add drama, they decided on statement floors and window shutters that will provide privacy while allowing plenty of light inside. The dated-looking curved shower enclosure was changed with a large rectangular one that was much smarter.

The marble-effect tiles added a touch of luxury. Dark grey grouting was used to match the grey panelling. A corner shelf was added as storage for toiletries. The roll-top bath was the ultimate in luxury.

The space that family designed is something that they will love to relax in after a busy day. Small bathrooms only need features that will standout and patterned bathroom tiles to provide the wow factor.

Everybody is invited to see the latest trends in bathroom tiles that will match the walls and fixtures. The amber visualiser will assist you in choosing the tiles that will complement the dream bathroom. You can choose the type of tile, pattern and colon as well the grout and paint so that you can visualize how the bathroom will look when finished.