Without doubt the best wall and floor application for your bathroom suite are tiles. When maintained correctly they are far more practical as part of bathroom designs than other materials like wood and wallpaper. Within this section you can find an option that will protect your walls and floors from moisture damage. A popular choice for a shower area wall is a sleek and smooth surface as water can simply be wiped off. Smooth polished porcelain and quartz or glazed ceramic are all particularly easy to clean and maintain. On bathroom floors, matt finishes provide a high level of slip resistance. Natural stone is hard wearing and is an excellent choice for bathroom flooring. Once sealed, natural stone like marble, granite, limestone, slate and travertine are a beautiful and practical choice. A problem with large bathroom spaces is that the floor can become quite cold. Don't worry because we supply electric under floor heating mats which work perfectly with our flooring options to provide a warm bathroom surface. Bathrooms take on many forms. For minimum cleaning, wet rooms are an excellent idea as there are no bath panels or shower screens to deal with. Furthermore, wet room floors are designed with a slight decline to ensure water runs down a drain. We supply a vast array of bathroom flooring for residential and commercial properties. The Ancient Romans were the pioneers of some unbelievable architecture. An example of this is in their famous bath houses. Decorative mosaic murals were used to stylise these majestic buildings. To this day, mosaics are still extremely well suited to bathrooms. Our mesh mosaic sheets are not only stylish but are also extremely easy to install. Spotlights are a safe and stylish option for the ceilings of bathrooms. They do not protrude from the surface and are therefore less exposed to a significant amount of moisture. From an aesthetic point of view these lights can help to accentuate the true beauty of sparkly quartz.
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