Are you in the process of researching different tile options for your kitchen or your bathroom? Does it seem like none of the options you’ve seen match what you’re looking for? That’s entirely possible. Replacing your kitchen and bathroom tile isn’t the kind of thing that you want to do all that often. So, it’s all the more imperative to get what you really want, something that makes your kitchen and/or bathroom that much better, that makes it right. You can find plenty of great options on our site as well as at our kitchen and bathroom showrooms in Glendale CA. Below are some of what you can find as well as reasons why you might choose them.
When many think of black tile, they might think of something that’s somber or even melancholy, but Avenue Black tile can provide exactly the opposite feeling. These tiles can make your kitchen and/or bathroom feel that much more refined, stately, a place of importance. With Avenue Black tile, your guests won’t have to ask if they should take off their shoes before they enter, they’ll most likely do so automatically.
As befits the name of the tile, “Extreme White” can provide an extreme effect. To wit, this tile can make your kitchen or bathroom stand out extremely well. This caliber of white tile essentially more or less shines, even in twilight. This tile also makes a statement, striking the eye and changing one’s mood from the moment they step foot on it.
Styles, Complementary and In Contrast
You might have read the prior two sections and thought: “Wow, those sound pretty great, but they also seem like it might be a lot, more or less, to have all white or all black in my kitchen or bathroom. While that can be made to work, it’s not often how many design their kitchens and bathrooms. Instead, they may tend to find some kind of contrast, something complementary. For example, even if you have an “all white” kitchen, (with white tile, appliances, walls, and backsplashes), you’ll most likely find that they are complementary shades of white. “Extreme White” on the floor, a slightly more gray white on the walls, and so forth.
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Everything mentioned in the prior section about the color “white” can be applied to “black” as well. Indeed, many who opt for black tile tend to go with lighter walls, lighter sinks, and more, so as to provide a better contrast and ultimately stylistic direction for their home. To see how this all can work in your property, we encourage you to reach out to us for an appointment in our showroom. Here, you can not just see what we have to offer, you can see how it looks in a real life environment. You can schedule this on our site here.