My parents’ big remodel is in the home stretch! There are three bathrooms that need tile and that’s just about it. But three bathrooms worth of tile is a ton of tile! And we’re at that point in the project where my parents are sort of sick of spending money so every dollar spent needs to really count. We used some of the quartzite from their kitchen for the countertops in the bathrooms, so that helped us with the budget, but that limited our tile options too. As we learned picking a backsplash tile, quartzite is gorgeous but is hard to pair up with tile!
Cement tiles are so cool and I would love to get to use them here, but they’re not in the budget. I also really loved this teak wood tile, but again, it’s on the pricey side. What IS in the budget though is $3.99/sq ft hex tiles. We found a ton at local discount tile stores all around the Valley. Floor and Decor has some really pretty grays and neutrals which would look great with the quartzite. We’re just going to pop out and replace tiles of different colors in a repeating pattern on the mesh sheets. The gorgeous and talented Gwen from The Makerista did this in her bathroom and it turned out SO WELL. I think she actually had to place each tile by hand, which sounds really labor intensive, but look at the results! What a beautiful floor!
My parents live in a city called Snowflake, and we’ve talked about doing something like these snowflake patterns here, but we’re still thinking about it. Is that too literal? Part of me sort of loves the idea.
I’ve found a million different patterns on the #Ihavethisthingwithfloors instagram account and hashtag. I feel like this account was made just for me. I majorly have a thing for good floors (and I bet you do, too). Check these out: