Tiles can be installed in a great many places in the home. Different tiles are suited to different areas and it’s important that you understand what’s going to do the best job as well as what’s going to look the nicest when you make your decision!
Take floor tiles, sometimes people explore with mosaic or patterned flooring without thinking about it in the long run. Large, plain and durable tiles are most commonly used for flooring because they can bear the weight of constant human traffic without breaking, they are clear and you know where you are walking. Patterns and decorations will usually be worn off over time and mosaics have too many grout lines where deadly pieces of lego can hide!
Here we take you through the key factors and options to consider when choosing your type of tiles…
Every type of tile has a suitable place somewhere within the home. Backsplashes, garden walls and places that don’t take daily weight are places where tiles can be used for wonderfully artistic displays. You can really get creative with a great variety of designs and elaborate tiles ranging from all over the world and throughout history.
You may think choosing tiling can be daunting but it can be an exciting and fun activity!
It is important to do your research and know more or less what you are looking for. Tiling can add something completely unique to your household, there is a wide variety of options so you can personalise your choices and fit them in with the style of your house.
You should look at it as a long-term investment, tiles are in for the long haul. There is no point compromising between something you really, really like and something that is cheaper but you are not sure on. Either invest in the one you have your heart set on or wait until you can. Tiles that are better quality and you are certain you will never get bored of will end up being more cost-efficient as they are more resilient and won’t need to be fixed or replaced.
Tiles become a key part of the house, for a long time, so it is important to choose the ones you truly see as being happy with forever.
Want more information? Read our blog post on Kitchen Backsplashes or contact Max De Viet at This is Stone on 0203 816 0449 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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