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Tile shops often receive enquiries regarding porcelain tiles, ceramic tiles and the differences between the two. On this page, we’ve looked to address this subject to help you decide which is best for your home or commercial premises.
If you’re a homeowner or tradesman in the Broxbourne area looking to invest in quality bathroom tiles, give Cheshunt Tile Centre a call. There are few tile shops in the area offering ranges as expansive and competitively priced as our own!
KEEP A TRIM SHORTLIST
When tile shops like our own have such a huge range of products to choose from, it can be easy to get carried away and pick out a short-list of 20 different tiles. But whittling this down will be a long and draining process, we assure you! You may find that after comparing two subtly different shades of white tile for the 15th time, your desire to design a beautiful bathroom is rapidly fading. Your shortlist should be made-up of tiles that you utterly love, and not be filled with inevitable runners up!
DON’T OVERDO COLOUR & PATTERNS
Tiles that feature stark patterns or bright colours can make or break a bathroom. While incorporating simplistic patterns to liven up a Hertford bathroom’s minimalistic design scheme can be a great idea, as can colour co-ordinating bright tiles with the room’s wider theme, a “busy” bathroom can end up being just plain ugly. When perusing our tile shop’s collection, try and think in your head of how the end product will look – too many bright colours and patterns can easily amount to sensory overload…
MORE THAN THREE IS A CROWD
Building on the previous point, a good rule of thumb is not to have more than three different types of tile included in your bathroom. Sometimes, it makes sense to break this rule, if you have a very specific and intricate design in mind, for example. But using lots of different types of tiles can come across as a messy and hotchpotch way to design a Hertford bathroom.
It’s one thing considering how your tiles will look, but have you thought about how easy they will be to maintain? While you’re searching tile shops for “the one”, it’s worth asking about how durable tiles are and how easy they are to clean. Most tiles just require a simple wipe with a cloth, and the occasional going over with tile cleaner, but it’s definitely something worth asking about. Most staff at tile shops around Hertford, not discounting Cheshunt Tile Centre, will be able to quickly answer any queries regarding maintenance.