Know How and Where to Put Your Tile

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Kitchen backsplash
There are a lot of different surfaces in the home and it can be hard to know just what to put on them and what they should be made out of. You want an aesthetic and construction that’s safe but it’s also wholly and absolutely you. You want to express yourself but you need to do it in the way that really makes and clicks with the rest of your home. This is where tile comes in. Tile is a versatile and smooth substance that can cover so many different parts of a home and, more than that, it can improve almost every place you lay it down. From pool mosaic designs to stone tile mosaics, there are just so many places in the home that you can lay tile. Walls. Corners. Floors. What f

3 Essential Things To Know Before You Lay Tile

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Glass tile
Remodeling a room or two in your home doesn’t have to be a major production. Minor remodeling projects include upgrading hardware, replacing your front door or garage door, and refreshing the tile on your floors, backsplashes, and showers.
Not only will a minor remodel improve and personalize your space, but it could also increase the value of your home. Bathroom updates can earn you an average return on investment (ROI) of 86.4%, and simple kitchen renovations offer an average ROI of 82.7%.
One of the most popular minor remodeling projects involves replacing or installing tile. You can put tile almost anywhere: there’s kitchen backsplash tile, kitchen countertop tile, kitchen floor