Help! New bathroom. Wing fitted next week, have yet to choose tiles. Suite is white. I need some mosaic tiles to do the walk-in shower both walls and floors (tiler says to avoid natural stone) and something bugger for the rest of the floor. Am not sure where to start....
I've always gone with white tiles then chosen expensive accent tiles. I typically do a strip about eye height and one about knee height in a shower. I've done pipe tiles, which are quite thin so you have something more expensive or I've done two colours interchanged..... it just means that people notice the colour accent rather than having a whole block of expensive tiles...
OK, we were pretty broke when we did our bathroom, but I like how it's come out - we used these as our main tiles - they're white but with circles on, some matt and some shiny, with I think this as a thin mosaic border around the very top of the bathroom walls - as a row of 3 or possibly 4 going all along the top.
My favourite thing though is our flooring - the bathroom's only tiny and the suite's white so we got something like this for the flooring - it's not this one as ours is bubbles, but it's this colour and style and it really brightens the room up.
Thank you. I like the tiles with the circles. I really like your flooring but we are having underfloor heating which seems to restrict us to tiles not vinyl. Actually I like your shiny mosaic too but might they be slippery underfoot?
Natural stone needs to be treated with sealant and then doesn't stain. As you also seal the grouting, that stays super clean for ages, which is a bonus. You can't use normal bathroom cleaning products on it though. We have stone and it looks lovely, but I'm not sure I'd go for it again.
It's not a huge area so I will have a look, depends how many £££ you are taking about! Actually we have a tops just down the road, might pop in tomorrow. Would glass be ok for the shower floor, not slippery? Will google marmoleum. Have ruled out vinyl so we can have underfloor heating, is that an issue?
love these Agree all over best no trims or contrasts etc All over look more modern and classic. Have used the fired earth and they are gorgeous Shame I moved! Will def use in next house. Also like pure white hexagonal mosaic
Replying to OP re stone tiles. I have no idea what you clean them with, which is why I wouldn't go for them again! There are all sorts of stone cleaners, but I want one that smells liked Cif/ Flash. It doesn't seem to exist!