Tiles are an important decision in bathroom design. By their nature they create a lot of texture, so it may as well be an inspiring tile design and something you enjoy. Grout is another consideration. Be sure to find bathroom tiles that you love and hire a professional to help you work through the tile layout if you are unsure.

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