Have you ever looked at someone’s bathroom or kitchen and thought WOW! Whether it is the backsplash in a kitchen, the wall tile in a shower, or the floors in any room, incredible tile can make a room! Incredible tile can also make the room incredibly EXPENSIVE. The reason some of these rooms you ‘Ooh’ and ‘Ahh’ over LOOK like a million bucks because they cost nearly that! The secret to incorporating beautiful, funky, trendy, shiny, awesome tile is
A) Shopping around for deals (duh)
B) Using the tile you love the most in a very small area so that you can afford it!
(I.e., an area with very little backsplash, shower floors or shower niches, picture framed behind a tub, half bath or small bathroom floor, etc!)
Below are some of our favorite tile patterns! Some of these examples we’ve used in small areas for jobs! Some are available options from some of our favorite tile companies that have great deals on tile patterns that look expensive! I’ll link some of their sites below!
Whether you’re looking to choose an inexpensive tile or an expensive tile that goes in a small area, here are a few of our favorite places to browse for tiles!
Tile Bar · Amazon · Home Depot · Ann Sacks · Floor & Decor · Soci · Fireclay · Build Direct · All Modern · Lowe’s · Cle Tile · Overstock · The Tile Shop · Houzz · Mission Stone Tile · Walker Zanger · Artistic Tile · Marble SystemsTags: Makeover
At Red River Remodelers, Angie is the first person homeowners meet. Her role includes residential design, estimating, showroom visits, on-sight analysis of existing conditions, and coordination of pricing with all our trade partners. She is a native of Shreveport, wife and mother of two and has her own home that is her personal work in progress.
Angie holds a bachelors degree from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at Northwestern State University of Louisiana where she was a duel major in Fashion Merchandising and Housing and Interiors. She is also a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Angie has worked in the Interior Design and Residential Construction field in Shreveport, LA since 1999.