Are you planning an exciting renovation project for your home this summer? Maybe you’re finally going to renovate your bathroom or design the kitchen of your dreams? Whether you have a bathroom or kitchen update in the works, it’s likely you’ll be selecting new tile for your space. Unfortunately, picking the right bathroom and kitchen tile can be a more difficult task than expected. With so many materials, shapes, and colors to choose from, narrowing down your selection(s) can be time-consuming and frustrating. Here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind while discussing tile options with your contractor.
1. Pinpoint a Single Element You Like
One of the best ways to begin any home remodeling project is to identify a single element you simply can’t live without. When it comes to bathroom and kitchen tile, this will likely be a color or shape that you love. Once you’ve found your “one piece,” the rest of the tile design will generally fall into place.
2. Three is the Golden Number
If you’ve ever repainted your home, you’re likely familiar with the power of the number three. When it comes to home design and décor, four is generally a crowd. It’s always best to stick with three colors or distinctly different shapes for your bathroom and kitchen tile designs.
3. Be Mindful of Maintenance
Not every tile material is the same. Some tiles may require different or more frequent maintenance. If you like your current cleaning products and process, make sure your selections will not cause problems in the future.
Need Help Picking the Right Bathroom and Kitchen Tile?
Whether you’re designing the kitchen or bathroom of your dreams, picking the right tile is no small task. Get the professional help you need by contacting DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen today. We’ll be happy to pair you with one of our well-trained and certified contractors, but we’re also available to answer any bathroom and kitchen tile questions you may have. Please visit our website for a detailed list of the remodeling, construction, and general contracting services we offer. If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment or receiving a free consultation, call us at (847) 592-0044 today.
Bathroom and Kitchen Tile Installation
Edited by Justin Vorhees