Tile Transitions for Your Bathroom Remodel
A lot of time and consideration goes into making decisions for a major bathroom remodel. You can spend hours sorting through images and samples of paints, fixtures, sinks and vanities. One of the biggest decisions often centers around the floor and shower tile. It can feel like a major accomplishment to get to the end of these important choices, but in doing so, you do not want to forget one comparatively minor detail that can have a big impact on your finished product: tile transitions.
Tile Transitions Between Two Types of Flooring Surfaces
Unless you are using the same flooring between your bathroom and the floor in the adjacent room, you will need to use a floor transition at the door between the two rooms. Using a transition such as a Pemko door threshold will not only improve the look of the transition but also add safety from rough-finished edges. A symmetrical design is best for two surfaces of the same height, while an adjustable threshold works better when transitioning between two surfaces of differing heights.
Tile Transitions for Your Shower
The choices you will need to make for your shower tile will depend on what you have selected for your final design. If you opt to utilize two or more patterns or types of tile over the surface of your walls, you might have to select a tile transition between the different designs. With any design, however, it is important to consider what transition style you want between your shower and your walls. Bullnose tile might seem an obvious go-to, but there are other options out there to consider.
Choosing your floor tile and shower tile transitions early will help in the planning and execution of your remodel. Selecting the transitions you would like for your tile surfaces before the start of your bathroom remodel can save you potential setbacks later on.