When renovating your home, you want it to look good. But, you should also be thinking about how long it will last in the condition it should.
Similarly to the saying, “never judge a book by its cover” you should not be aiming to create the perfect home for you and your family without thinking about the practicalities like whether is it easy to clean, will the floor withstand pets and children and will the changes I make be future proof?
Of course, you will always want to make changes to your home as your mood changes but it is important that you get the main things right the first time, to save you both time and money.
One of these things is the floor. Flooring is a complicated subject and we have no doubt you will have a different flooring preference across your rooms but when it comes to your kitchen and bathroom, you should definitely be opting for tiling.
Bathroom floor tiling and bathroom wall tiles are extremely popular and have been for some years, and for good reason too. They are quite possibly the most practical material for your home because they cover all bases. They last years and years, they are easy to clean, they don’t allow germs to create homes and they look great as well as are durable too.
These positives apply to all types of tiling, including garden tiling and kitchen wall tiles too. Unlike many other materials like a carpet for your floor, for example, a spill is easy to mop up and remove all traces, whereas carpets tend to absorb the liquid and it becomes difficult to get your flooring back to its original standard.
Garden tiling is a great alternative to your grassy lawn too because you will spend much less time maintaining it and ensuring it stays green all year round. It is also very convenient for when you have guests over for a barbeque or social gathering too. Kitchen wall tiles are optimal for practicality too, especially when you want to maintain a clean, germ-free kitchen so there is no damage done to your food or health.
So, when considering how to refurbish your floors and walls, give tiling a thought – you won’t regret it.