Aug 27, 2010 1:52 pm
We're trying to decide on tiles for the walls in our ensuite (2.1 x 2.5m) and bathroom (2.1 x 3.0m). Both rooms have reasonable size windows so lighting shouldnt be a problem.
I found a tile that I really like which is 150x150, would this size tile work in these spaces?
The floor tiles will be a 300x300 in dark grey.
Here is a picture of the tiles we are looking at, just ignore the feature tiles there for now as we gave up trying to decide on them for now.
I like things to be a little different to the ordinary but I still want it to appeal so that it doesnt put people off when we go to sell in the future.
Re: Tile Size for ensuite/bathroom walls2
Aug 28, 2010 7:36 pm
naddis01….can you get the wall tile in the same size as the floor tile?
They line up better with the grout line if they are the same size.
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Re: Tile Size for ensuite/bathroom walls3
Aug 28, 2010 9:16 pm
I can't get the wall tile any larger but with 2 of them you could fit the grout in between and still be the same size as the floor tile (if that makes sense).
I think one of the tiles must be slightly smaller/larger than measured as I tested on the floor to see if it would line up with 2 wall to 1 floor so the grout lines would be the same and there was space for grout between the 2 small ones.
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