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Which tiles are best for bathroom walls?

Keeping in mind the levels of humidity generated in a bathroom, it’s best to opt for a water resistant tile that is easy to clean and will protect the walls from moisture. Especially surrounding baths, shower enclosures and sinks as these areas are definitely going to get wet. Porcelain, ceramic, stone and glass are all suitable for a bathroom walls. Bathroom walls are a great place to introduce some eye-catching feature areas with some colourful mosaic tiles.

What are good ways to arrange tiles on bathroom walls?

There are many ways to arrange tiles on bathroom walls and the choice is yours. Whatever pattern you opt for, try to be consistent with size and keep symmetry in mind for a smart and tidy look. Subway tiles are very popular for bathrooms and these can be arranged in a variety of ways. There’s the more traditional running or brick bond layout, or for a more contemporary look you can choose a stacked bond or a vertical stacked bond. Then there are the more complex patterns such as basket weave or herringbone.

Should bathroom walls be tiled from floor to ceiling?

It is only necessary to tile the wet areas in a bathroom, such as in shower enclosures and around the sink and bathtub, then the rest of the bathroom can be painted. But depending on the look you’re going for, you may want to consider tiling from floor to ceiling anyway. This can give your bathroom a clean and consistent look that is very on trend.