Kitchen and Bathroom Designs
When it comes to your kitchen or bathroom, even the smallest of updates can completely transform your space into a personal retreat. Brian-Holloway Carpet One Floor & Home is here to help you bring the style back to your outdated kitchen or bathroom. If you are considering updating the flooring in your kitchen or bathroom, you should come visit our showroom and take a look at our tile collection. We carry the latest trends in tile flooring and can help you choose the best tile for your home.
Kitchen and Bathroom Flooring
When it comes to renovating any room in your home, flooring tends to be one of the first things to go and be updated. It is very common for homeowners to choose tile for their kitchen or bathroom because of its durability and easy maintenance qualities. Tile’s durability extends to cover resistance to heat, moisture, and foot traffic. Tile is also versatile in terms of style and is available in a variety of shapes, sizes, patterns, colors and more.
You will commonly see porcelain or ceramic tiles installed in kitchens and bathrooms. Porcelain tile is denser than ceramic, so it is more resistant to moisture and even heat. Ceramic tiles are light-weight, budget-friendly, and come in a variety of colors.
Tile Backsplashes for Kitchen and Bathrooms
Tile can be more than just flooring, we also offer tiles that can be installed in showers. Shower tiles are made to be extremely resistant to heat and moisture, and since they are tile, they are super easy to keep clean. A tiled shower in your bathroom not only adds style but also value to your space. You can transform your bathroom into a personal retreat.
Backsplash tile is often overlooked, but is an inexpensive and stylish way to update your kitchen or bathroom. This means you do not have to worry about ripping up your flooring or tearing out your shower. Wall tile and backsplash tile are durable and easy to clean, and unlike wallpaper and paint, they will not fade or discolor as easily over time. When it comes to humidity, tile will not peel like wallpaper tends to. You can choose from different patterns or create a picture on your wall, with backsplash tile the possibilities are nearly limitless.