Mosaic Tiles at Tiles4All

Mosaic tiles are works of art all by themselves! To take a look at our beautiful and diverse range please visit the Tiles4All website – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/Mosaics.html

 

Alternatively you can visit out showroom and if you live in the following areas you’re right on our doorstep – 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, Woodseats.

You Too Can Create Your Own Kitchen Mosaic Backsplash

“I decided to carry out my own DIY tiling project as I was so bored with my old kitchen, I felt like it was extremely dated and was quite embarrassed when friends and family dropped in for a coffee, I went out of my way to avoid the kitchen at all cost. I felt like this negativity had a knock on effect on how I felt about the rest of my home, and I was beginning to dislike coming home, I knew that I needed to do something about it.

My idea of my perfect kitchen would be one that would reflect my own fun and bubbly personality, as I’d never experienced any sort of DIY project before I turned to the web for inspiration. I came across Tiles4All and was immediately impressed with their varied range of mosaic tiles. There was so much variety to choose from and Tiles4All had a fantastic range of colours and styles that would give my kitchen that extra sparkle.

Carrying out my own tiling project allowed me to really put my own personal touch on my kitchen, I was expecting this to be a really challenging project, but because the mosaic tiles came in sheets they we’re really simple to install.

With a little time and patience I managed to create a beautiful mosaic backsplash that I was really proud of. Making this small change really made a huge difference in my home. I can’t wait to show my family and neighbours what I’ve created; hopefully they’ll feel just as inspired as I did to create their own mosaic masterpiece.”

For take a look at our range of mosaic wall tiles please visit the Tiles4All website for more information – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/

Repair and Maintain Your Tiles

Once you’ve tiled a wall, you’re then likely to have to fit various things to it permanently. For the kitchen you’ll probably have to fit cupboards, maybe a rack for mugs, and in the bathroom items such as mirrors and toothbrush holders need to be installed.

The tile itself of course is not designed to support any kind of wall fittings, such as a plastic wall plug, so you must plan to use longer screws than you would normally and make sure the plugs that you insert are long enough to accept these so that the screw expands inside the wall, gripping tight.

You can’t stick things to tiles and expect them to sit there because eventually they’re likely to come off, especially if they’re heavy.

Alternitavely you may need to repair a damaged tiled wall. Tiles can work loose and grouting can become detached. Very often the grout can become discoloured and even mouldy; providing the grouting isn’t damaged you can revive it very well by painting it with grout renovator, which can make an old tiled wall look like new. Bear in mind that this won’t remove existing mould however it will stop mould from building up in the future.

For more information please visit the Tiles4Allhttp://www.tiles4all.co.uk/

Tiling a Kitchen Floor

In a kitchen it’s important to remember that we’re going to have food, we’re going to have oil and were going to have vinegars and bleaches and other different harsh chemicals. These products will damage many of the materials that are on the market today, in a kitchen we want something that is going to be food safe, easy to clean and also if it gets wet we shouldn’t be falling on. We have a lot of choices to choose from today. We have tiles that are made from  porcelain that are made to like wood or stone, we even have glass tiles on the market nowadays that are appropriate for floors. We have a lot of things to consider when choosing a tile floor for a kitchen, the surface that the tile will go on to is the most important, if you’re on a raised foundation and you have a lot of flex in your floor that’s not going to be conducive to a hard surface installation without first putting into place the proper substrate, you can use a stronger tile to alleviate the need for a substantial substrate.

If you live in or around the following areas we’re right on your doorstep! 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, Woodseats.

For more information on choosing the best tiles for your kitchen floor, please visit the Tiles4All website -http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/

Mosaic Tiles Available at Tiles4All

Mosaic tiles available from Tiles4All are works of art all by themselves, assembled from tiny pieces of stone, glass and other materials. Mosaics transform your wall into artistic masterpieces.

From interlocking square tiles to jagged textured pieces that fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, from the calming look of frosted matt tiles to the swanky modernism of the iridescent glass. Tiles4All mosaics lend an exacting skilled professionally finished look to any space.

With Mosaic Tiles from Tiles4All it’s easy and fun to transform your home’s interior decor. With ceramic, porcelain and glass options Tiles4All make it easy to imagine, design and create.

Visit Tiles4All for more information – http://www.tiles4all.co.uk/