A bathroom tile backsplash is a beautiful way to make a statement in a bathroom, but those gorgeous tiles can also get expensive! Try these tricks in order to design a budget-friendly bathroom tile backsplash.
A Bathroom tile backsplash is a beautiful way to make a statement in a bathroom, but those gorgeous tiles can also get expensive! Try these tricks in order to design a budget-friendly bathroom tile backsplash.
How To Design A Bathroom Tile Backsplash On The Cheap
Mix Expensive with Mundane
Have an accent tile you love, but is too expensive for your remodeling budget? Try mixing it with a matching, plainer, and less expensive tile. In this way, your backsplash still has the tile wow-factor that you love without having to break the bank by doing the entire backsplash in an expensive tile. Decorative, or jewel toned tiles can be mixed with their more mundane counterparts to great effect!
Play with Orientation
Taking a regular subway tile and turning it diagonal will immediately class up a room, and at a fraction of the cost of expensive artsy tiles. You can even use the same tile as is inset vertically or horizontally on your floor, wainscoting, or shower to give your bathroom a cohesive look.
Create a Focal Point
As much fun as it would be to do an entire shower in a gorgeous, expensive tile, when designing on a budget, this may not be possible. Instead, use your favorite tile in a limited amount to create a beautiful focal point as either a single wall of the shower, a band above the shower, or as a sink backsplash.
When investing in tiles, keep an eye on how their durability. Tiles that crack easily can turn into an expensive investment in the long run when replacements are constantly purchased. Invest in quality materials from the start. Learn more about different types of tile here.
Need a Hand With a Bathroom Tile Backsplash?
If you have additional questions about what it might take to create a budget-friendly bathroom tile backsplash for your remodel, please contact us! We’re happy to answer your questions and set up your free, on-site consultation.