Choosing Tiles For A Small Bathroom
Choosing the right tiles for a small bathroom can be tricky. Size, colour, even texture can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your bathroom space. Get it right, and you can create a haven of bath time tranquillity and relaxation.
Avoid Large Tiles
Interior designers generally recommend that you avoid large tiles in a small bathroom space, as these tend to make the room look even smaller. Dark coloured tiles can also make rooms feel claustrophobic.
Instead, stick to medium or smaller tiles in lighter, brighter shades to maximise natural light and increase appeal.
What Tiles Should i Choose?
Mosaic tiles lend a quirky, modern twist to your walls and are ideal for use in smaller bathrooms. A huge range of mosaic styles, colours and textures are available, allowing you to create an individual look, from an exotic Moroccan bazaar to an art deco den of iniquity or sleek, urban loft-style space. Opting for glass tiles also helps to reflect light, leading to a more spacious, airy feel. Mosaic tiles may look intricate and difficult to fit, but they’re just as easy to apply as larger tiles and give a much more interesting finish.
In addition to the tiles, the grout you choose can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your bathroom. Make sure you choose a grout colour that complements your tiles, as this will create an even, consistent flow throughout your bathroom space.
At Mosaic Village, we offer a wide range of glass tiles and mosaic tiles at competitive prices.