12 Jan 2016
Tiles Used in Ireland
Tiles are commonly used as some of the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly materials in your home, being made from natural clay and other recycled materials. In many ways, installing new tiles can turn your bathroom or kitchen into a completely different room. From a boring wall to rundown floors, adding new tiles can make a huge difference in the style and appeal of your home. There are many kind of tiles used in Ireland, so what kind should you use for your home renovation project?
To start, the base material should be considered. What kind of tile will compliment the style you want and offer the functionality you may need? Ceramic is one of the most popular tiles used in Ireland, and it has many applications, whether glazed or unglazed. Glazing allows for an unlimited amount of colour combinations. Porcelain is another type of ceramic tile that is fired at a higher temperature, making it a more durable and stain resistant option. Marble, slate, and granite are natural stone tiles that offer a unique design quality, with imperfections and natural variations in colour and tone. These have been popular choices for worktops in the kitchen, but if properly sealed they can be used as shower walls and floors as well.
The back splash in your kitchen is one the most important parts of your kitchen's design. No matter what kind of tile you choose, it becomes a focal point. Whether your back splash goes up to the bottom of the upper cabinets, reaches all the way up to the ceiling, using unique and attractive tiles can add to the look of the room. Find out which tiles are right for your home by visiting one of our local showroom in the Dublin area. There you can get a feel of the different tiles used in Ireland to help you make your choice.
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