Bringing the classic country rustic charm into your bathroom is easily achievable with the GEMINI collection of country bathroom tiles. Neutral and natural tones can be blended to give the flow from walls to floors and with larger porcelain tiles available in stone and wood effects, you can create something that will be truly timeless.
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If you’re longing to achieve that dream country bathroom décor, it’s important to consider the right colour for the space. Opting for white or cream tiles may seem like a very obvious choice, however they really do lend themselves well to smaller areas. You can also add contrast by using a darker grout to tone down the all-white look and create a quirkier aesthetic. If neutral tones aren’t bold enough for you, green, blues and pinks are also ideal and make great country bathroom wall tiles. These colours don’t necessarily have to be vibrant, you can simply go for a soft dusky shades instead as these will add interest without overwhelming the space.
There is no rulebook when it comes to how you should position your tiles, however it can often be tricky to know what arrangement to go for when there are so many different styles available. If you’re torn between whether to opt for vertical or horizontal for your country bathroom décor, there are a few key points to take into consideration that help with the final decision. Horizontally fitted tiles are best suited for tall yet smaller country bathrooms as they will assist in making the area appear wider. Vertical tiles however work the opposite way and are suitable for bathrooms with less height. Once you’ve chosen the perfect arrangement, you can then start adding in country influences to create the perfect English country bathroom.
Traditionally, tiles have always been used in wet areas of the bathroom to ensure a waterproof surface that doesn’t soak up the moisture, particularly in country-style bathrooms. However, it isn’t fundamental to tile your whole bathroom, you can simply tile one wall or leave all walls bare. If you are looking to tile a small area, consider opting for a lighter shade as this will assist in making the area look bigger.