Ceramic Tiles for Bathroom Walls

A bathroom is the most important part of the house. As it is the only room in your house known as rest room. A bathroom is the most important part of the house. As it is the only room in your house known as rest room or comfort room. Thus, bathroom should comfort anyone who uses. It starts from the wall that has running tiles around all wall surfaces as it plays a major role on how the bathroom looks.
Ceramic tiles are good but sooner or later, it has a tendency to turn yellow or fade. To give an entire look, they can be decorated through different methods.

Colorful bathroom tiles

• You need to prepare few supplies like tile cleaner, gloves, stencils, oil based paint and tape. Meticulously, using tile cleaner, clean the tiles and grout as well. After cleaning, scuff them up whit somewhat 220’ sand paper to get primer to adhere to the tiles. After sanding, remove the sand paper dust and rinse it well. Be sure to use primer made because it was made for ceramic tile work. Let the primer gets dry for overnight. Set your desired stencils using tape. Choose your oil based paint and dab it inside the stencils using your sponge. If you use a large pattern, it is better to choose random pattern to stencil than draw on each tile.
• If you are a good artist, you can also try hand-painting designs directly onto the tiles. You can choose freely if which design enhances the look of your bathroom. You can use seashells, flowers or even vines.
• You can also use your whiskbroom to make a design on your bathroom. This is the easiest and quickest way to make a decorating pattern. Simply dip your whiskbroom into the paint and make an arch pattern across the tiles. Be sure to protect your ceiling and other parts that are not included.
White bathroom tiles

• Your next option is to use stickers for decorating the tiles, but is not appropriate for shower stalls. You can use a small floral bouquet on an occasional tile or an assortment of clamshells, starfish, and seahorses as pattern.
• You can also use wallpaper or cutouts from magazines that can easily be decoupage onto the tiles by spreading some of the decoupage on the backside of the picture, then affixing it to the desired area, and dabbing more of the decoupage over the top of the picture. Let it dry and use a fine grade steel wool pad to buff slightly.

Either you choose, some overall tips are to take care not to smear paint when working in tight spaces, to select a pattern which isn’t too large for the working area, and to allow ample drying time between each step.