Get the most out of your Metro Wall Tiles in your Bathroom

In matters of home design, you can pretty much get lost in just how much freedom and options you have available before you. The only real limits are your budget and your imagination, when you get down to it, but you really should try to ground yourself first before attempting any serious decorating. Certainly, metro wall tiles can be a particularly effective tool for the decoration and protection of your bathroom’s walls if you know exactly how to use them. Offering a simple yet stylish design inspired by the urban feels offered by London, Paris, New York and Tokyo, they can have a great effect in sprucing up your home.

Get the most out of your Metro Wall Tiles in your Bathroom

The first thing to realise with tiles is that they’re cheap, plentiful, easily adaptable and very easy to install. You can buy metro wall tiles in bulk and you don’t need to hire any specialists to come and do it all for you. You can if you really want to, of course, but laying down tiles is really no harder than fitting in a shelf or assembling IKEA furniture. What this pretty much results in is a very effective means of decoration that is entirely yours -- you can even paint over the original metro wall tiles with your own designs and colours. After all, metro tiles tend to be uniformly block colours.

With this in mind, you can also use metro tiles as a way to draw attention to (or away from) certain sections of your bathroom. For example if you’re particularly taken with a given bathroom fixture, like a mirror, a towel rack or a sink, you can use metro wall tiles to outline and define that fixture. If you’re an artist, think of it as being like adding an ink outline to a drawing. It makes that feature bolder and stand out more.

Working alongside this theme, effective use of tiles can also allow you to distract from areas you’d rather not focus on as well. By placing tiles in eye-catching patterns and shapes, attention is drawn away from the offending area and towards said pattern.

Another unique feature of metro wall tiles is that they can be used as a relatively cheap and simplistic canvas for other designs. Because they’re very minimalist in design, they’re very effective at blending into the background, which can allow you to create a base for louder, more elaborate tiles. You can even use them to fill in areas left behind from fitting in a new feature, such as a replacement toilet or a newly installed shower.

For more information about metro wall tiles, or else to see a range of other tiles on offer for both walls and floors, visit the website of Crown Tiles. You can also contact them directly by phoning 0800 156 0756.

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