If you decide to replace the entire set of tiles in the bathroom, the first thing that you need to do is scrap off the existing tiles with a floor scraper. It is easier to do so by hitting the tiles with a hammer in the center. Once the old bathroom tiles have been removed, properly scrape out the adhesive that was used to fix these tiles with an angled steel head tool.
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Never buy polished tiles for bathrooms as they are slippery and accident prone. Honed matt tiles can be used in bathrooms. They are water resistant and anti-slippery tiles with a rough surface.
Mosaic Bathroom Tile – this wonderful tile was an ancient craft that today can be made of tile, stone, porcelain and colored glass, creating stunning floor patterns. These tiles are small (1 or 2 inches square) and often expensive. What you can do is to add a small section of this type of tile for visual interest to your floor or countertop.
Deciding The Layout. Ensure that you have a clear image in mind of how you would like your bathroom to look. A simple but effective idea would be to use a contrasting grout color to the dominant tile color. This makes each tile stand out, which is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. On the other hand, using the same color grout as the tiles also creates quite a striking effect. Different size and color tiles should only be selected to create a dramatic effect. Too many different shapes and colors might appear gaudy.