If you’re planning a bathroom renovation or remodel and you’re thinking about installing tile, one of two things might be true for you: either you’re set on a specific design and color or you’re overwhelmed with options and don’t know where to begin when the time comes to choose the tile. In either case, you could use a little help to make sure you’re making the right choice for your needs. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you pick out your bathroom tile:
• How much cleaning and maintenance am I willing to do? Smaller tiles can make your bathroom look incredible, but cleaning them can be very labor intensive and time consuming. If you’re not willing to hire someone to clean your tile and grout for you, you might want to consider larger tiles so there will be less grout to clean.
• Will I love this tile 10 years from now? When you’ve been on social media looking at beautifully curated bathrooms, it can be easy to get carried away and choose bathroom tile that’s trendy rather than tile that will still look appealing to you in several years. If you want to avoid having a dated bathroom in the future, consider this question carefully.
• How much am I willing to pay? Setting a budget is key whenever you’re making changes in your home. It will help you to narrow down your options to bathroom tile you can afford rather than spending your time considering bathroom tile that you may not want to pay for. However, make sure you’re still choosing quality materials since they will be more durable and long lasting.