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How to Choose Bathroom Tiles, Bathroom Sink and Bathroom Cabinet for a Small Bathroom

A small bathroom space can look stylish and practical; just because your bathroom lacks space doesn’t mean it’s destined to remain a strictly practical room. Playing with bathroom tile colour can make small space become visibly large. A corner bathroom sink equipped with a top bathroom cabinet will save more than enough space within your small bathroom. With the right design ideas, it’s easy to connect the border between form and function, regardless of its size.

Measuring the Space and Choosing the Right Size Tiles

Determine how much space you’ll need to use before you decide on a bathroom sink to fit into your bathroom. It will be a problem if you go on with an extended long marble counter and a porcelain bathroom sink large enough to wash in that won’t fit into the available space. In any case, there are plenty of choices in all sizes. A bathroom cabinet with a sink mounted on top serves a purpose and gives a bathroom a finished look. On the other hand, you may choose a classic pedestal style sink.

Precise measurements are an important step in any tile project. Small calculation mistakes can lead to terrible design problems. Bathroom tile size shouldn’t be determined by the bathroom space size, in spite of what you may have heard of. A large tile actually can make the room visually expanded with less grout lines and make the walls and floor appear less cluttered. Smaller tiles, such as mosaics, will give you lots of grout lines. This can give the bathroom walls a grid-like appearance that can promote the feeling of being confined, causing your bathroom feel claustrophobic.

Choosing the Material

The most common and well known material for a bathroom sink or tiles is porcelain. Bathroom sinks are typically white in colour; other colours are available for a premium price. Enamelled cast iron sinks can be coloured to fit any décor, are very durable, and resist chipping. Glass, stone, and metals can be shaped and moulded to any size and shape to create a certain accent in a bathroom. Porcelain tiles can be used to create beautiful effects since they’re available in a wide range of colours, they can even be made to resemble wood or stone. Porcelain comes at a cost, but it’s a worthwhile investment as it lasts for a long time. Bathroom cabinets are typically made from one of three materials: Plywood, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) or Particleboard. Plywood is the most reliable. 

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