Whether your preference is marble or a rare natural stone, getting the correct tile for your bathroom or kitchen is perhaps the most important part of the process. At Quality Design Tile & Stone we offer a wide range of wall tiles as well as layout options that will enhance your home’s individual characteristics. Call us today to learn more about the service we offer.
At Quality Design Tile & Stone, when we describe our tiles as being durable and cost-effective, we are invariably talking about our ceramic tiling options. While, it could be inaccurate to suggest that all ceramic tiles are cheap, the fact of the matter is that if you want the ultimate bang for your buck, then you need to choose ceramic tiles. The fact of the matter is that ceramic is one of the most popular types of tile because it allows homeowners and businesses to select a reliable type of tile that can enhance the aesthetic qualities of their home without compromising on budget.
Another benefit of wall tile is that they are malleable enough so that they can be molded into a wide range of colors and shapes, making customization far easier. One of the very few, or only, drawbacks of ceramic wall tiles is that unlike their marble counterparts, they are quite porous in nature. This means that they must have a glaze applied to them to guarantee optimal results.
There are a wide range of tile layouts to choose from. Some of our most popular include:
Brick: Perhaps, one of the most classic and timeless tile layout options. This is a particularly good fit with subway tiles and its rectangular shape can make it the perfect option for almost any space. A brick layout can look especially impressive when it is paired with an opposing grout color. For example, a darkened or beige grout with white tiles is a guaranteed winning combination.
Vertical Brick: Similar to the more traditional horizontal brick layout, the vertical brick is often used for rooms that might have a low ceiling. The natural heightening qualities of this type of layout also make it perfect for small or converted bathrooms. This variation on a classic theme is a perfect way of making a unique statement without going too crazy!
Oversized Brick Option: An enhanced version of the regular horizontal brick option, the oversized brick can look great in a bigger room where a smaller tile layout may look lost or slightly out of place.
Stacked Brick Look: Possibly the simplest option when it comes to tile layout, the stacked brick is a perfect option for a kitchen with monochromatic colored tiles. This modern look is ideal for an apartment or condo, or for a homeowner who wants to contrast a lot of wood furnishings and other warm colors with a cleaner tile appearance.
Mosaics: Small sheets of mosaic tiles, usually in pastel colors, can transform a small bathroom immediately.