5 THINGS TO NOTE WHEN SELECTING BATHROOM TILES
Most floor tiles can be used on walls, but wall tiles – especially decorative and polished ones – are not suitable for floors.
Love marble tiles? Choose smaller tiles for wet areas, as they have better traction for your feet, and bigger tiles for dry areas.
The larger the tile, the fewer joint lines there will be. This is great for a seamless look.
Tiles are resistant to heat, fire and stains, and are therefore suitable for both bathroom and kitchen countertops.
Choose a grout colour that is similar to your tile; it’s easier to maintain, clean and replace.