There are many factors to consider when choosing tiles for a bathroom, including the style of the room, the intended use of the tiles, and the budget. Some common types of tiles that are often used in bathrooms include ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone. Each of these materials has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it’s a good idea to do some research and consider your options carefully before making a decision.
Ceramic tiles are a popular choice for bathrooms because they are durable, easy to clean, and relatively inexpensive. They are also available in a wide range of colors and styles, so it’s easy to find a ceramic tile that will match the design of your bathroom.
Porcelain tiles are similar to ceramic tiles, but they are made from a denser, harder material. They are more resistant to moisture and staining, which makes them a good choice for areas of the bathroom that are likely to get wet, such as the shower or the floor.
Natural Stone Tiles
Natural stone tiles, such as marble or granite, are another option for bathrooms. These tiles are more expensive than ceramic or porcelain, but they are also very durable and have a natural beauty that can’t be matched by man-made materials. They may require more maintenance, however, as they are more porous and susceptible to staining.
Thin Porcelain Slabs
Thin porcelain slabs (otherwise known as gauged porcelain panels) are unique tiles that can offer the chance to have no grout joints in your space. The large, often 5’x10′ size tiles cover a large square footage area. Therefore a shower with these large thin tiles will get as little as 3-4 panels covering each side of the shower.
Ultimately, the best tile for your bathroom will depend on your specific needs and preferences. It’s a good idea to book a visit to our showroom and see the tiles in person to get a better idea of what will work best for your space.