Knowing how to design a bathroom tile layout is key if you want to tie different elements of your room together. However, few homeowners have the expertise to do work this complex – so it’s often easier to enlist professional help.
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1. Don’t underestimate the importance of grout
Grout is more than just a filler that sits between your tile seams. It’s an integral part of the design process. Light-coloured grout against light-coloured tiling barely shows at all; contrastingly, a darker shade will look imposing. Your bathroom fitter will help you make the right choice.
2. A symmetrical design is easier to comprehend
Each feature of your bathroom should seamlessly join to the next. We know how to design a bathroom tile layout that’s professional and easy on the eye – and it’s not as hard as it sounds. For example, when bordering a sink, we’ll use the same sized tiles on either side to create an even design.
3. Minimise tile cutting to create a less chaotic effect
There’s nothing wrong with cutting tiles. In fact, it’s part and parcel of the process for an experienced bathroom designer. But too many small tiles can interrupt the visual flow of the room by creating a visually jarring effect. In our experience, it’s best practice to use as many large tiles as possible.