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The world of tile has drastically expanded from flooring and continues to bring new creativity to each area of living space in your home. Tile is quick and easy to install, is exceptionally easy to clean, and gives you the freedom to customize, bringing your touch of personality to the room. There are endless options for materials, styles, colors, shapes and sizes so you can be as bold or as subtle as you choose. Your imagination is the limit when it comes to adding tile to your home.
Three ways to utilize tile in your home and why:
The bathroom is a woman’s spa and the man’s sanctuary – do not underestimate the power of a beautiful bathroom when going to resell your home. Tile not only adds to the overall aesthetics of your bathroom, but it protects from moisture and ultimately increases the overall value of your home. Go to town with tile in the bathroom – you can’t go wrong. Tile the shower, the floors, behind the sink, the entire wall if you want to – and do it now so you get to enjoy it too.
The kitchen is a special place in your home – it’s where memories are made: your first meal as a married couple, teaching your kids to bake, holiday meals… the list goes on. It’s also where the most messes are made! Food and drink splatters are destined to find their way onto your walls – especially behind your kitchen sink. Don’t miss the opportunity to install tile backsplash along your counter space when redesigning your home. It not only adds color, personality and a focal point to a room, but it also protects from moisture, grease and inevitable spills. You don’t have to worry about the huge mess when you can simply wipe the tile down with a soft rag and mild cleaning solution.
Depending on the layout of your outdoor kitchen, tile can be a perfect solution to many unseen problems as well as increase the overall aesthetics of the area. From flooring to counter tops, to backsplash, tile options are endless. Tile is not limited to ceramics; while that is also a good option, we encourage you to consider other materials for your outdoor kitchen including: concrete, natural stone, and even metals.
When faced with the question “to tile, or not to tile?”, we say do it! Have fun with it, you won’t regret it. If you aren’t sure where to start, feel free to come brainstorm in our showroom or contact us to make an appointment with one of our showroom consultants who can help custom design your tile project.