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Play with Tile Shapes to Create a Unique Statement in Your Home

by Sarah B. Marketing Writer | Thinker | Environmentalist

The best part of stone tiles, ceramic and porcelain tiles, glass tiles, and metal tiles is that – they are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. From large to small and from rectangular to square tiles to hexagonal, octagonal and triangular tiles – you get countless design opportunities to deck up your home interior and exterior.

In fact, you can include unique shapes in your space to create a memorable impression of its kind.

Large Size Rectangular or Square Tiles –

A large number of people believe that large size tiles are most-suitable for industrial and commercial purposes. But, think again.

They could be a solution to create a sense of spaciousness in your small rooms. Yes, you read that right. Large size or extra-large size tiles can be a great way to create to minimize grout lines and tile joints and create an illusion of more space in small areas of your home.

Small Size Tiles –

On the contrary, small size stones and tiles can make your large spaces appear more comfortable, cosy, and a little smaller. You can use small rectangular tiles (for example: subway tiles) to highlight design features and furniture background in your large rooms.

Placing or Laying Tiles –

 You could use your creativity to create unique shapes involving rectangular and square tiles too. After all, the placement of tiles has an important roleplay in the overall feel of your indoor ambiance.

It is advisable that you brainstorm over a few placement ideas before finalizing the most suitable one for your space.

This article has been brought to you by WallAndTile.com, one of the largest tile shops in US.


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