Spruce up your Bathroom with Bathroom Tiles

Although usually one of the smaller rooms within the home, redesigning a bathroom could become far from small in terms of cost and time. Replacing the likes of baths, basins and fittings can become a very costly refurbishment not least subjecting your family to time without a bath or shower while the works are being carried out. Add to that any painting and decoration and a small room renovation could quickly become an over budget task – especially at this time of year when the majority of us our still catching up from Christmas expenses.

Bathroom Tiles

One way that you can completely change the look of your bathroom – and at just a fraction of the cost that a full ‘makeover’ would incur – is by replacing the bathroom tiles. Removing old, worn tiles and mildewed grout could give your bathroom an instant lift. Bathroom tiles come in a variety of shapes, sizes, styles and colours meaning that you could completely change the way your bathroom looks with very little work.

Mosaic patterned wall tiles could be incorporated into an existing tile finish to add a splash of colour and change the perspective of the bathroom altogether. Perhaps you are looking for simple lines and a fresh finish which could be achieved with clean lined, glistening white tiles. Alternatively, new floor tiles could make for a more luxurious feel whilst making your bathroom more durable for many years to come.

Fresh grout can also make tired tiled walls look instantly cleaner and brighter, improving the whole bathroom. The work required to put up new bathroom tiles is fairly minimal and can be completed in just a couple of days – making for a quick and minimal hassle way to revamp your bathroom.

If you are looking to redesign your bathroom and would like to view a range of bathroom tiles that could easily transform the space, please visit the website of Crown Tiles. If you would like to speak with somebody directly to discuss your bathroom tile needs, you can call a member of the Crown Tiles team on 0800 156 0756.

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