Small Bathroom? Use Bathroom tiles to create space!

Published: 05th January 2010
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I often thought that my tiny bathroom was inadequate. Its small size made me think that it was wrong both aesthetically and functionally. But a few simple bathroom tile ideas have changed my concept, and now I am extremely happy with the look of my bathroom.



I browsed the Internet and checked various online tile stores to discover new ways to make the most of my tiny bathroom and create an illusion of space. Space can easily be created with the help of plain tiles. Making use of neutral coloured tiles, such as white or cream will broaden the space with its brighter, lighter tones. Depending on the way you use it, both big and small tiles can bring about a difference. In order to avoid eyes being overwhelmed, keep grout lines small or near to invisible.

Another great way to create more space is by flaunting off more of your lovely tiled floor. This can be achieved by installing a wall mounted sink or floating cabinets.



In a limited spaced bathroom, be sure to avoid dark colours, as these can close in the space and make the room appear smaller than it really is. Light and neutral shades will automatically bring extra light to the bathroom, opening up the space. There are many fantastic colours available to suit your style and taste. White tiles are a fabulous option and will never go out of style. White complements every colour and any type of furniture or accessories. You can change your towels, washcloths and other bathroom accessories as often as you like with a white-tiled bathroom.



Implementing these simple steps gave me a fantastic end result. My white coloured bathroom tiles have created space in my bathroom and it looks amazing.



About the Author:-

Thomasan Adison is a well known writer, who has written various articles on several topics such as different types of tiles likes mosaic tiles, porcelain tiles, ceramic tiles, travertine tiles, bathroom tiles, and he also focuses on the installation process.

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