Tiling - Home Renovations
Grout fills the spaces between tiles, providing a neat finish and a uniform appearance. Grout is usually white, but coloured grouts are also available.Read More..
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|Drilling holes through tiles10|
Many bathroom and kitchen accessories, like soap dishes, must be screwed to the wall – in which case you may have to drill holes through ceramic tiles.
|Laying mosaic tiles7|
Mosaic tiles come in sheets with a fabric mesh backing. They are a good DIY option, being much easier to fit around obstacles than full-size ceramic tiles.
|Laying ceramic tiles - planning layout5|
Tiled floors are durable and easy to clean. They are suitable for a wide range of locations, particularly wet areas, and there is a huge range of colours and patterns available.
|Installing a Ceramic Tile Splashback3|
A step-by-step guide to help you build your own splashback
|How to Cut Squares in Tiles3|
Every bathroom needs power points and switches
|Tiling around corners3|
Place all the whole tiles on both walls, then remove the guide battens so that you can cut and fit the tiles in the corner.
|Laying ceramic tiles - grouting3|
Grout fills the spaces between tiles, providing a neat finish and a uniform appearance. Grout is usually white, but coloured grouts are also available.
|Transform with tiles2|
A step-by-step guide to transforming your bathroom using tiles
|How to Hang a Mirror on Tiles2|
When buying a bathroom mirror, consider how it will be hung.
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Make the most of unused shower space with extra storage alcove
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