Bathroom Floor Tile Surfacing Selection in 2016.
When considering bathroom floor tile and wall surfacing, ceramic or porcelain tile is the obvious best choice. It is simply a no-brainer. The only characteristic of tile I have ever heard mentioned as a reason to avoid it is that it is “cold.” Well, here on Florida’s Treasure Coast, that characteristic is most appreciated.
Tile is an appropriate material for every surface in a bathroom. Whether it’s for dry floor areas, shower floors and walls, tub surrounds, or wainscot, you can’t go wrong with tile.
When the bathroom is ready for an update, look to the year’s trends to define your style. When you’re ready to start designing a bathroom that’s perfect for you, take a look at both cutting-edge and traditional tiles for your bathroom remodel.
Bathroom Tile Ideas.
You can’t go wrong with the classics. For instance, consider a favorites like white subway tile and white marble. Transitional tile has a lot of classic elements but a twist in the details makes a difference. Try longer, larger tiles in combination with more traditional shapes for a transitional update.
Or, turn to something fresh and new like grey stone tile or a glazed ceramic in any number of shades of grey. The demand for these shades in tile is huge so the selection is better than ever.
Quality Work is My Hallmark.
Mobile: (772) 323-7753.
If you are looking for the highest quality workmanship at a competitive price, call for a FREE job estimate.
GO TO THIS LINK FOR A SLIDE SHOW OF MY TILE WORK.
My tiling service areas include Port St. Lucie (PSL), Fort Pierce, Stuart and Vero Beach FL.
In St. Lucie County Boyer Tile LLC. services Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie West, Tradition, Torino, Tesoro, Lake Charles, Lake Forest, Magnolia Lakes, PGA Village, The Vineyards, St James Golf Club, The Cascades, and Fort Pierce, FL.
In Indian River County Boyer Tile LLC. services Vero Beach, Indian River Shores and Sebastian, FL.