Decorative tiles can be a great way to add some interest to bathrooms in Balwyn and Kew. If you choose the wrong tile, however, you could be faced with a look that you detest, and an expensive tiling job to get rid of it. When choosing decorative tiles for your bathroom, you should favour your own personal taste over any passing trend or style.
Decorative tiles can be used in bathrooms Balwyn to break up a large tiled area, making the room feel less boxy and claustrophobic. Another bonus is that you can use decorative tiles just about anywhere in the space; on floors, walls and even in the shower! This gives you almost limitless opportunity to add some creative flair to your bathroom.
Because these rooms are usually small spaces, it makes sense to choose decorative tiles that are the same colour as your plain tiles, but are a different texture or pattern. This way you can avoid clashing colours and garish designs taking over bathrooms Kew. If your space is tiled entirely in white, you can use bordering white tiles moulded in a rose pattern for a fantastic but subtle effect. Alternatively, you can use tiles decorated with striking line drawings that appeal to the eye.
If you want a really beautiful effect in a period house, then you can't go past antique art nouveau tiles. These tiles are usually quite small and feature organic, flowery designs. They can be used in bathrooms in Balwyn and Kew as bordering tiles or just placed amongst tiles of plainer designs to give a pop of vitality to your bathroom.
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