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Lounge Tiles

Other Floor tiles Sydney Many design trend some and go, but there will always be a popular place for tiles. It might be better to say that design trend always include many tile options along with their other ideas. As some tiles trends go out of fashion several other tile ideas come along to replace […]

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Splashback Tiles

Kitchen tiles Sydney The splashback is the panel behind the kitchen stove or sink that protects the wall from water, cooking liquids and fumes. Many people choose to have the splashback made from tiles or stone, and design it to suit the kitchen décor. The idea behind a splashback is simple and practical, but like […]

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Bathroom and Kitchen Tiles

Kitchen and Bathroom Floor Tiles Sydney With a wide variety of inexpensive tiles available there is no problem in finding something suitable for any bathroom or kitchen. Mass production means good quality tiles are low in price yet long lasting and very stylish. Tiles are sometimes the defining aspect of the décor, as in most […]

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Rectified Tiles

A batch of standard tiles will have a great number of small differences between each tile. No two individual tiles are exactly alike; there will be many innumerable imperfections. On their own these imperfections are almost hard to notice. But the cumulative effect over a floor has to be compensated for. Tiles are usually laid […]

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The Colour of Grout

Grout and Wall tiles Sydney The appearance of a tiled wall will largely be determined by two factors – the appearance of the tiles themselves, and the grout used between the tiles. The grout colour should be chosen to complement the tiles design. And the tile / grout combination should suit the room décor. Decide […]

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Drilling holes in Stone, Brick and Tile

Bathroom Tiles Sydney Bathrooms usually have a few fittings on the wall –towels racks, hooks, shelves, cabinets and some shower fittings …etc. These fittings often require a hole to be drilled through a tile or ceramic wall. In other circumstances, on plaster or wooden walls, drilling a hole is an easy matter. But ceramic tiles, […]

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Door Trim

If you have a tiled bathroom or kitchen there will a doorway where the tiled floor connects to another floor. This joint will require an edge strip at the base of the door. It may also require some silicone water proofing and some solid filler if there is a small gap between the floors. Joining […]

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Cutting Curves in Tiles

Cutting Curves in Kitchen and Bathroom Tiles Sydney The trickiest part of tile work is having to cut tiles to fit the floor. Perhaps the trickiest types of cut are curved edges. These curves are difficult for at least two reasons. The first is getting the right curve for the tile to fit into place.  […]

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Straight Edges

Cutting Bathroom Tiles Sydney Many tiling jobs are reasonably good DIY projects. With some basic skills and research the average home handyperson can install some decent quality tilework. However, things become difficult if the tiles don’t fit exactly into the available space, and need to be cut. Cutting tiles is rather tricky Wall and Kitchen […]

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General Tile Advice

There are some points to consider when want to put tiles in your bathroom. Bathroom Tiles Sydney The colour of the tiles can make the room seem bigger or smaller. Light tiles on walls will make the room feel bigger. This often goes well with dark tiles on the floor that help to hide dirt. […]

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Bad Grout

Bathroom Tiles Sydney Unfortunately, the best laid tiles can be ruined by bad grout work. And on occasion well applied grout may develop problems. These problems can often be fixed with the right techniques. Some basic DIY skills are often enough for tile installation and grouting; and enough to fix any problems. Grout for Floor […]

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Silicone Edges for Tiling

Silicone and Bathroom Tiles Sydney While the space between floor tiles is usually filled with grout the space around the edge of a floor is usually filled with silicone. Silicone is quite flexible, which is suitable for the space where the floor joins the walls. This joint will undergo some movement. Silicone will accommodate this […]

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