What Is Your Main Concern When Choosing Bathroom Floor Tiles?

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Are you worried about slipping in the bathroom? We find that this is one of the main concerns of our customers when choosing bathroom floor tiles.

So what can you do to avoid landing in a crumpled heap on your bathroom floor? Firstly choose your floor tiles wisely, polished floor tiles look amazing, but be aware that they will be slippery, especially when wet!

Floor tiles with a textured surface are always going to give a better grip than something with a smooth surface.

Anti-slip floor tiles are ideal for use in bathrooms and wet rooms; they provide a little more security underfoot. These types of floor tiles are specially designed and tested for use in wet areas; they have a more pronounced textured feel for extra grip.

The really great thing about floor tiles is that they are so durable and easy to clean, making them an ideal choice for bathrooms.

A few practical things that you can do to reduce accidents in the bathroom are to use rubber backed bath mat and to mop up water splashes after using the bath or shower. Under floor heating will also help to dry your bathroom floor more quickly.

There is such a wide range of fabulous bathroom floor tiles available and the choices are endless. Making the right choice means that you will love your new bathroom floor tiles for a very long time.

For more information about bathroom floor tiles, under floor heating and anti-slip floor tiles take a look at our website at tiles4all.co.uk. Alternatively give us a call on 0114 2512689 and one of our friendly team of staff will be happy to help.

Create A Chilled Out Bathroom – Bathroom Tiles At tiles4all!

What is the best way to relax, chill out and wind down?bathroom tiles

A long hot soak in the bath is one of the very best ways to relax, just lay back and feel the lovely warm water working on those tired, tense muscles.

Why not create your own haven of relaxation with bathroom tiles from tiles4all!

We find that natural colours, low lights and neutral toned bathroom tiles help to create that perfect chilled out feel, just add a little scented bubble bath, then slip in and soak your cares away.

Check out tiles4all for a superb selection of bathroom wall and floor tiles.

Choosing the Right Flooring For Your Bathroom

It’s important to remember that carpet is not ideal for bathrooms and it can easily become mouldy if it becomes wet. Laminate flooring can be very slippery, plus if you don’t choose laminate flooring that has been especially made for bathrooms then it can warp. With both carpet and laminate flooring it will be tiresome and expensive when it comes down to replacing them.

If you want a floor that will last you years to come then you should choose porcelain floor tiles. Porcelain floor tiles are extremely low maintenance and they are extremely hard wearing. You will probably never have to replace a cracked or chipped tile if you decide to go for porcelain, and they can look like brand new for many years to come! One of the biggest advantages of porcelain tiles is that they are very low maintenance and because they don’t absorb water will some other materials – they won’t stain. They’re so simple to clean, as you’ll just need to wipe over them with a damp cloth from time to time.


Tiles4All have a great range of bathroom tiles and accessories to help you get your DIY project on its way, click the following link for more information – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/

Choosing The Right Tile For Your Bathroom

There are so many different colours, materials and sizes of tiles on today’s market it can be quite overwhelming when trying to choose the right kind of tile for your bathroom. Here are a few tips on how to pick the perfect tile, if you need any more help please visit the our Sheffield showroom if you live near the following areas – Abbeydale & Totley, Abbeydale Road, Bakewell, Broomhill, Crookes, Crosspool, Crystal Peaks, Darnall, Dronfield, Ecclesall Road, Eckington, Fulwood, Heeley, Hillsborough, Loxley, Meersbrook, Mosborough, Nether Edge, Norton, Ranmoor, Sharrow, Walkley, Whirlow, Woodseat.

The size of bathroom tile is incredibly important, your bathroom may be one of the smallest rooms in the house and if this is the case then it’s may be a good idea to stick to smaller tile. Using smaller tile will make your bathroom seem a lot bigger and will give the illusion of space. If you have a big bathroom then why not indulge in some larger format tiles? These are bang on trend at the moment. Take a look on our website to see the different sizes of tile that we offer.

The colour of tiles is also important; if you have a smaller bathroom then you should avoid using dark tiles as it may make your space feel small and enclosed. Sticking with a lighter colour will create space but this doesn’t mean that you have to use white tiles. There is such a wide choice available these days including a lot of lighter shades so it’s still possible for you to add a splash of colour to your bathroom in more of a subtle way.

If you need any advice on which tiles to choose, visit the Tiles4All website today – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/Bathroom-Tiles.html