Types of tiles

Bathroom floor tiles are available in quite a wide variety, letting you choose the perfect styles and colors for the look you want. Whether you’re interested in creating a pristine, minimalist end look or prefer a more modern touch – you are sure to find the perfect tiling with Grout Experts.

To further help you with the selection process, we have created a list of the best types of tiles for bathroom floors. Several factors were considered when making this list, including durability, water exposure, and how easy they are to clean. Let’s take a look.

Types of Tiles for Your Bathroom Floors

Here are just some tiles that you can choose for your bathroom installations when you contact Grout Experts.

1. Vinyl Tiles

Vinyl has been a favorite for bathroom flooring for decades. It is cost-effective, looks fabulous, and comes with a rather high degree of practicality. No matter whether you’re considering retiling your primary bathroom or the powder room – vinyl tiles are perfect for both.

They have excellent aesthetic appeal, are less prone to cracking, and won’t break the bank. In addition, vinyl tiles are reusable, making them significantly more eco-friendly than any other type of tiles. What more could one ask for?

2. Porcelain or Ceramic

If you’re for specific patterns or colors for your bathroom tiles, ceramic or porcelain would be the best fit for you. Ceramic tiles come in an endless variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. You can even find different textures and finishes to create your ideal bathroom look.

Ceramic tiles also work great for people looking for wood lookalikes for their bathroom. They help create a relaxing atmosphere for you to sink into your bathtub after a long, tiring day at work. Pair it with a professional-grade glaze, and your ceramic tiles will last for years to come without a scratch marring their look.

3. Terracotta Tiles

For a more old-fashioned, rustic look, considering getting terracotta tiles installed from Grout Experts. These give a warm, homely feel to your bathroom while also offering a highly resilient surface made of discreet red and brown hues.

P.S. It is important to note that fastening with a sealing agent is essential when installing terracotta tiles. You will also need to get them resealed and maintained every two years to prevent any long-term stains or damage.

4. Marble Bathroom Tiles

Sophisticated and pristine, marble bathroom tiles are one of the most expensive types of tiles out there – but well worth their price. They come in stunning patterns and polishes to add a subtle hint of color to your bathroom without overdoing it. However, marble tiles can be susceptible to scratches and stains; therefore, regular maintenance is a must to maintain their look.

Made your decision yet? If you’re still confused about which tile to pick for your bathrooms, reach out to our tiling experts today for a free estimate!

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