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Tiles affect space, so the tiles you select will have a huge impact on the result

Tiling your home can often be a stressful and lengthy process, as it involves picking the perfect tiles and finding the perfect company to provide the tile cutting and installation service. These two factors need to work together to ensure the result is what you had hoped for.

 

Tiling your home can often be stressful, as it involves picking the perfect tiles and finding the perfect company

  • The Right Tiles 

Whether you’re tiling a newly renovated kitchen, the additional bathroom you’ve just built onto your house, or your outside entertainment area, there are elements of the design you need to consider when selecting your tiles. The purpose of the room is often the starting point when picking tiles. This goes hand in hand with the feeling you want the room to create. Are you aiming for a clean, modern feel? Or is your intended design meant to create a warm, homely atmosphere? These are important factors to consider.

Tiles affect space, so the tiles you select will have a huge impact on the result; how big or small your space looks. Bigger tiles make space look bigger, while smaller tiles create a ‘busy’ feeling, making even larger spaces feel more occupied.

Furniture or decor will have an impact on the tiles you choose, especially if you already own items you wish to put back into the room you are re-tiling. Choosing tiles that don’t match the theme of your existing furniture and decor may result in you having to replace the items or with a room with an unclear color scheme or theme.

  • The Right Tiler

Once you’ve picked your tiles, and decided how you are going forward with your design, you’ll want to find a reputable company for an efficient and swift installation.

You’ll need a company who can provide or source the tiles you need (if you haven’t already bought them yourself), you’ll require a reputable company to cut the tiles or design for you, and you will require a reputable tiler to install them into your home skillfully and competently.

Their reputation and reviews are one of the quickest ways to find out if a company is worth your time and money. Online reviews and testimonials are a common, easy method for people to provide feedback on their experience with the company, and whether or not they were satisfied with it.

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