The variety of bathroom wall tiles is overwhelming. Every major brand has hundreds of options. It is easy for anyone to get perplexed and to even lose sight of what is more important. Some bathroom wall tiles can be so enticing that people end up spending much more than what they had decided or actually would be comfortable with. It is not possible to check out five hundred different bathroom wall tiles before choosing one. If you truly want to explore all your options, then the count would be so steep. Here are five steps that will simplify the process of choosing bathroom wall tiles. This approach may not work for everyone but will surely be of some help.
• Forget everything and choose a material. Do the research, study the pros and cons, check out the prices of different materials and make a decision. It doesn’t matter what designs or other cosmetic attributes a specific material possesses if it is unaffordable. It is likely that a budget will allow a few options. Not every material is expensive but not many are too reasonable either. Choose the materials that are within your budget. A company would never price porcelain and ceramic bathroom wall tiles in the same range. The latter will be much more affordable.
• Choosing one or a few materials given your budget will eliminate hundreds of options, hence saving you time and effort. Needless perplexities and distractions must be avoided. The second step is to focus on shape. While the traditional shape of a tile is rectangular and in cases of floors square as well, bathroom wall tiles can be rectangular, hexagonal or geometric. Bathroom wall tiles can also come in various sizes. They can be very small or very large. There is more liberty to play with the shape and size of bathroom wall tiles.
• Just as you explore the shapes and sizes, focus on the design. There are designer tiles, brick and concrete effects, patterned and plain among others. Choose a specific design to type of design and there will be enough variants.
• Narrow down your search further with the choice of finish. The moment you opt out of matt and settle for gloss, scores of options will be taken out of the running. If you choose not to go for satin finish then dozens more will be discarded.
• Finally, pick a colour and you would be left with only a few bathroom wall tiles to choose from.