Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 15:50:26 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
‘Although a bathroom is often one of the smaller rooms of your house, it is a space often seen by guests so it’s a real chance to go for all-out drama,’ says Chris Grainger from The Stone & Ceramic Warehouse. ‘Opt for larger tiles because they creation the illusion of a more luxe feel in a small space and avoid border tiles as they act like a belt, tightening the room and making the space appear enclosed.’ Think about your bathroom as a whole – where you want your tiles placed, the colour and size – before making a decision, as your final choice can completely change the look and feel of the space. ‘Think about scale, since a little pattern can go a long way in a small space,’ adds Gow. ‘If you’re planning to have decorative tiles in a compact bathroom, it might be best to balance the scheme with a neutral flooring, or vice versa.’ That’s not to forget about paint and wallpaper, which can transform the dynamic of your space. ‘It is becoming increasingly popular to use bright pattern in smaller bathroom spaces,’ says Charlotte Cosby, head of creative at Farrow & Ball.
Porcelain Hexagon Brick Pavers. Next at Coverings 2014, we observed the hexagon tile shape in pavers! We loved the idea of having a porcelain brick like-paver for the backyard especially designed in a hexagon shape reminiscent of a brick walkway. Each piece laid separately and interlocked with the other.
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