If you decide to replace the entire set of tiles in the bathroom, the first thing that you need to do is scrap off the existing tiles with a floor scraper. It is easier to do so by hitting the tiles with a hammer in the center. Once the old bathroom tiles have been removed, properly scrape out the adhesive that was used to fix these tiles with an angled steel head tool.
Granite. A bathroom floor may incorporate solid tiles alternating with patterned tiles. You need to take the size of the bathroom into consideration when planning a flooring design. Tiles with a pattern may not work well in a small bathroom because the space can be easily overtaken by a bold tile pattern. A larger bathroom may look nice with patterned tile placed in the center of the room for a sophisticated and bold statement.
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Subway. Subway tiles may very well fall into the retro category; however subway tiles have remained one of the most popular shower design options for over half a decade. If applied correctly, shower tiles are the most seamless and clean-lines options available. Want another reason to choose subway tiles for your shower re-tiling? They are by far the most cost effective shower tiling solution.
If do prefer granite over ceramics for your bathroom, then go for black granite tiles. Black variants of granite are not porous. This in turn means that the risks of damage from moisture exposure are very low.