You spend a good portion of your day in your bathroom. Your bathroom also holds a lot of real estate value. So, why not have your bathroom reflect your personal style as well as current and popular trends? Franklin Tile Carpet One Floor & Home is here to help you bring some style to your bathroom with tile. Our flooring professionals are your tile experts and can help you make your dream space a reality with even the smallest of updates. We carry the latest trends in tile and can help you choose the best tile for your home. Come with your own ideas in mind or team up with one of our designers and find inspiration from our samples in our showroom.
Tile is very common for homeowners to choose for bathrooms because of its durability and easy maintenance qualities. Tile is naturally durable and is resistant to moisture, heat, and overall wear. Tile is also versatile in terms of style and comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, patterns, colors and more. They can also be resistant to slipping, which is very important in bathrooms. Porcelain and ceramic tiles are the most popular options for residential bathrooms. Porcelain is less susceptible to moisture and is less likely to crack because of how dense it is. The durability of tile also plays a role, because they resistant wear and fade from frequent use.
Wall tile and backsplash tile are durable and easy to clean, and unlike wallpaper and paint, they won’t fade after years of use. Ceramic and mosaic tiles are the most common tiles used on walls and as backsplashes. You can choose from different patterns or create a picture on your wall; with backsplash tile the possibilities are nearly limitless. Backsplash tiles can come pre-assembled with a mesh backing or comes as individuals. It depends on how much work you want to put into your bathroom update.
When you are looking for a beautiful tile shower you also want the peace of mind that it is waterproof! We use porcelain tiles to create your custom tiled shower, and work with you to choose the tile styles you love and that complement your current décor.
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