You’ll also need to check the tile’s water absorption rating as well keeping in mind that the lower the absorption percentage number the less water will be able to seep through. Look for a <7% rating for bathroom flooring tile and <3% for shower flooring tile.
It’s the one room in a house that you can’t live without: The bathroom. Over the years it has evolved from including the basic necessities to being a spa-like retreat with the latest relaxing amenities and increasingly the latest technologies. Designs that range from modern to more traditional can have the latest looks and innovations. Here are some examples of gorgeous bathroom designs and new products to inspire your bathroom upgrades and renovations for 2018.
Painting the walls a fresh light color. Keep in mind that less contrast (e.g. lighter walls surrounding your white porcelain fixtures) will make the space feel bigger whereas higher contrast (e.g. darker walls) will add higher energy and visual busy-ness to the bathroom.
A lot of the minimalist washbasins that catch our eye are special through their form. In other words they’re shaped in a sleek and interesting ways and that’s enough to make them stand out. Anything else would be a surplus. Check out these gorgeous basins from Ceramica Flaminia. Aren’t they chic?
First up this bathroom from American Standard’s luxury line DXV shows how you can combine a traditional bathroom with leading edge bathroom fixtures. Dark gray paneled walls and a herringbone floor set the stage for modern sconces and a floating backlit mirror that sit above a floating vanity. A modern rectangular sink and floating wall unit complete the main section. The wall-mounted toiled is minimalist and helps add a sleek edge to the room.
If you’re thinking of renovating your white bathroom choose your tile before you get started. You’ll find that with all the subway tiled walls and floors you will appreciate a little pattern in the mix.