Bathroom Tiles

Glass mosaic tiles can look fantastic in a bathroom and are a stylish way of adding to your home’s value. Glass mosaic tiles have an upper class taste and can be associated with health spas from their stylish look and feel. There are drawbacks however from having the as your bathroom tiles.

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The positives of using glass mosaic tiles are that they are very easy simply use a wet cloth with a mild vinegar solution to remove stains and polish to keep them gleaming. Glass mosaic tiles are also very environmentally friendly as it uses half the amount of energy then it would to make a ceramic tile. They are also very resistant to chemical damage which is why they are ideal for bathroom tiles, bathrooms often contain many products that have chemical products and therefore could damage other materials. Mosaic tiles are also highly resistant to damage. Glass mosaic tiles are very shiny and reflective which can help the room to look bright, dazzling to the eye and larger. You can find them in a wide variety of different colours and patterns.

One of the downsides to glass mosaic tiles is the cost. For repeating design you could be spending as much as £70, whereas other materials may cost you much less. If you have a tighter budget you can acquire the same look from white or brightly coloured ceramics.

Glass mosaic tiles will be the perfect choice as your bathroom tiles although you need to be careful with scratching them. After a few years it could be the case that the tiles will need replacing unless you have coverings that can hide the damage. Mosaic tiles are recommended as bathroom tiles but not for the floor as they can become slippery and therefore be very dangerous. However, a non-slip throw rug can remedy this.

If you are looking for your perfect bathroom tiles visit www.wallsandfloors.co.uk to find a wide variety of tiles on offer. 

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