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Artificial Stone Bathroom Design

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Browse images of countless bathroom remodeling designs from all around the world on our website Stonecontact.com. Get inspired to recreate your space with ideas for porcelain and glass mosaic mirror frames, translucent artificial stone lights, sinks, showers and tubs and also various wall and floor applications.

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How often should a bathroom be renovated?

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A bathroom should be remodeled every four to five years. Four to five years is when colors go out of date, fixtures begin to have problems, and when you begin getting sick of the look of your bathroom.

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Should I replace my tub with a shower?

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If you live in a studio apartment or a one-bedroom house, replacing the bathtub with a shower improves the space in the bathroom and can increase the home value by up to 10%. However, if you have more than one full bath in your home and take out all the tubs from them, your home can lose value.

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Do bathtubs use more water than a shower?

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The answer depends on the size of the tub, the depth of the water and the efficiency of the showerhead. But usually, the shower will use less. Most people use about 30 gallons of water for a bath, according to industry estimates.

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Do bathroom floor and wall ceramic tiles have to be the same?

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Ceramic floor tiles and wall tiles can match, but certainly do not have to. Most importantly, floor and wall tiles must create a cohesive look by combining monochromatic colors, coordinating patterns with colors, or combining complementary solid colors for an aesthetically pleasing result.

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Can I use the same ceramic tile on the floor and shower walls?

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One of the more distinct ways you can include ceramic tiles in your bathroom design is to use the same tiles on the floors and the walls. It creates a cohesive look and can make a bold statement if you choose to use a bright color.

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Which tile is best for bathroom walls?

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Ceramic tiles are the most suited and most preferred tiles when it comes to bathrooms. Glazed or polished ceramic tiles make a great option for the walls of your bathroom however they aren't best suited for the floor as they can be slippery when wet. These options package durability and elegance.

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