Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:01:44 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
Aim For Tiles With Shared Dimensions. Even if you’re not a perfectionist, little things like grout lines that don’t match up can drive you crazy, and might actually make it more difficult for someone to install your tile. If you’re selecting a few different tile sizes, try and make sure that they’re multiples of each other—perhaps a 12 inch-by-12 inch floor tile, with a four inch-by-four inch wall tile and a one inch-by-one inch border tile. That way, all of the tiles will line up neatly, and you can rest peacefully knowing that everything is aligned.
Shades of Ombre. Instead of a single color, or several different ones, choose tiles in several shades of the same color and create an ombre, or graduated effect. You can do this vertically, with lighter tiles at the top and darker at the bottom, or horizontally, with colors shifting gradually from one wall to another.
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