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3 Tips for Choosing Decorative Tile


Gal_GlassBlox_17_LO 3 Tips for Choosing Decorative TileDecorative tile is something that can greatly enhance the look of your home. But, when you begin looking at designs, there are thousands to choose from. Pouring through all these designs can be overwhelming, but there are some things you can do to narrow the search. Here are three tips to get you started. Gal_GlassBlox_12_LO 3 Tips for Choosing Decorative Tile

Tip 1: Focus on Location

Start by thinking about where the tile will be installed. This can help narrow down your search. For example, if you are installing bathroom tile, you may need an entirely different material than what you would install forkitchen tile. While non-slip tiles may work best in the bathroom, this may not be necessary in the kitchen.

Gal_GlassBlox_9_LO 3 Tips for Choosing Decorative TileTip 2: Consider your Lifestyle

Next, think about the lifestyle you typically lead. This can be helpful because certain lifestyles may call for easier to care for tiles. For instance, those with children may want to choose a decorative tile that is easier to clean or that is more durable than normal.

Tip 3: Compare Color Schemes

Finally, take time comparing your current color schemes in your home with the decorative tiles you are considering installing. Choosing a design that accents the colors and décor that are already in place can help make your home beautiful and relaxing. Gal_GlassBlox_11_LO 3 Tips for Choosing Decorative Tile

Decorative tiles are a beautiful addition to just about any room in your home. Following these tips will help you make sure you are choosing the right tile to install in your home. For more information about the types of decorative tiles we have to offer, contact us today and visit any of our nine showroom locations conveniently near you or authorized dealers.

1 comment on “3 Tips for Choosing Decorative Tile”

  1. I loved when you talked about the importance of considering where you will have your tile installed before you buy it. It makes sense that doing this can help you avoid accidents by choosing the materials that work best for the amount of traffic it will have. We are planning on remodeling our kitchen and want to make sure we find the best color and style of tile we can in order to add value to our home before we sell it.

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