Floor & shower tiling in bathroom
Maja Min
April 4, 2013 in Design Dilemma
need help with tiling our new bathroom. what kind of tiles would be the best for such purpose since we won't be having any shower tub (on the left) just tiles and drain and there should be a slight slope towards drain?
thank you!
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You drain looks as if it is already set. So the tiles will usually be quite small in order to allow for a smooth slope. With a very very good tiler who can manage joints and different slopes you could go larger. But invest in a good tiler
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i think the warm cream tile ( size 20 *20 cm) is good for floor and for your wall u can use light purple or this family color,
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Yes, you need a slope, about 2cm per meter. And a waterproof membrane/coating. Small floortiles with larger walltiles look good. The larger tiles you want on the floor, the more specialistic the laying will become, like ASV said.
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Maja Min
thank you all for your helpful suggestions. I was thinking the same - use smaller tiles in order to achieve smoother slope.
0 Likes   April 4, 2013 at 7:06AM
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