5 tips for choosing the perfect bathroom tile for your home

Choosing bathroom tile can seem a bit daunting. You want to pick something that’s going to work well with your current needs, be water resistant, and other homeowners can enjoy — should you sell. With these 5 tips, you’ll eliminate the worries of choosing the perfect bathroom tile for your home.

Tip 1: Consider your desired color pallet

The first step in the design process is to pick your desired color pallets. The overall look of your room will be determined based on these colors and you’ll want to make sure you like all the choices when you put them together.

If you want neutral tones, choosing colors with beige, browns, tans, grays, and different whites work great. If you want more of an upbeat color pallet, choose a couple of bold colors and then a few neutral colors that complement.

Tip 2: Remember to factor in how grout will look

One thing many new homeowners forget to factor in is how the grout will affect the overall look and style of your bathroom tile project. Don’t make this mistake. Instead, plan your designs accordingly.

Tip 3: Don’t forget to have measurements on hand

It may seem like a great idea to tile your entire space, however, if you don’t have the exact measurements in hand or a budget in mind, you could be looking at a large cost to do so.

Instead, make sure you plan your designs around the exact measurements your bathroom will have. This will free up added stress and anxiety — two things no one wants!

Tip 4: Add texture

Bathroom tile is meant to be fun. After all, your bathroom is a space you will spend a lot of time getting ready in so why not add some bathroom tile that has texture?

You can easily pick tile for your floor or shower that has a nice swirl to it (marble look) or tile for the floor that’s patterned while the rest of your tile is a solid color. Texture helps make your bathroom a unique space you’ll love to enjoy.

Tip 5: Choose tiles that complement each other

One mistake that can put a damper on your bathroom design process is not taking samples of your tile and bringing them together in the planning process. When you do this, it eliminates the chances of choosing tiles that don’t complement each other.