Using marble effect tiles in the bathroom

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Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. And we help homeowners and property developers across Preston and the surrounding region choose the perfect tiles for their interior design. So we always stay up to date with the latest tiling developments and trends, so that we know which tiles will suit each home style. Marble effect tiles are no exception. And these can be used around the home for a range of purposes and results. But they are most suited to particular styles of bathroom. As a result, we have produced this guide to using marble effect tiles in the bathroom.

Using marble effect tiles in the bathroom

Marble effect tiles are well suited to bathrooms that want to reflect elegance and luxury. These can either be contemporary or traditional in design, as marble tiles are versatile. To make the most out of these tiles in any bathroom you should consider:

  • wall tiling
  • floor tiling
  • feature tiling

Wall tiling

Marble effect tiles can make for an exuberant wall covering. These tiles are available in a variety of colours and shades. Many of these are neutral or natural, which make for a perfect, unobtrusive background to your bathroom. Pair these with a roll top bath, and your bathroom will be stunning example of quality and luxury.

Floor tiling

For floor tiling, you will want to make sure that the marble effect floor tiles are porcelain. This will make sure they are durable and hard-wearing enough to support the amount of footfall, and the weight of the bathroom fixtures. But again, you will have a range of colours to choose from. Why not alternate between white and black for a stylish and contemporary touch?

Feature tiling

For a feature wall to really stand out, it has to be something special. Marble effect tiles can certainly offer something special! And they can be used as a splash-back area, inside your shower enclosure, or simply as a feature wall.

Why not take a look at our range of tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?