White rectangle wall tiles - which size?

(7 Posts)
applejack18 Mon 22-Jun-15 11:33:22

Bathroom is very small - 15m2 walls, 3m2 floor.
I am doing White gloss wall tiles. I am umming and aaring between 25 x 40 and 30 x 60. They will be laid horizontally linear (not brick effect) with white grout.
I love the larger size but is it too big and will it look funny when it's cut to fit corners etc? Shall I play safe with smaller size? Thanks

applejack18 Mon 22-Jun-15 14:30:27

Any thoughts anyone ?!

Tizwozliz Mon 22-Jun-15 19:06:33

We just competed tiling our small bathroom with 25 x 40 tiles (off white colour). I would not have wanted tiles any bigger, as it is we had to cut an awful lot of tiles and ended up with a lot of waste.

Bathroom Renovation

applejack18 Mon 22-Jun-15 19:12:13

An evening bump!

snowaccidentprone Mon 22-Jun-15 19:16:31

I would go for the smaller size.

applejack18 Mon 22-Jun-15 19:17:49

Tizwozliz thanks so much for that info and especially for the pics. I am looking at a vanity unit like yours. May I ask where it's from and whether you are happy with it? (And rest of suite?)

Tizwozliz Mon 22-Jun-15 19:22:07

Vanity unit is our bargain basement buy from Ikea - unit was £40 (discounted) and we paid full price (£70) for sink on top. Very happy with it, as was horrified at the price they charge for a bit of coated chipboard in bathroom shops!

We splurged the money we saved on other bits of suite - bath and toilet are v&b

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