Tiles are still the most commonly used covering in renovation work or new construction. Whether it is for the floor, the wall covering, the bathtub surround, or even on the worktop, as a credenza, tiles are often easy to install. Available in different qualities to meet various needs, tiles are evolving.
Find out in this article what 3D tiles are, their advantages, their installation, and their price. However, the installation and the cost depend on different criteria. So, without further ado, let’s dive into this blog and learn some of the things you need to know about 3D effect tiles.
What is 3D tiling?
3D tiles are relief tiles manufactured using a highly technical method. Using relief tiles gives your interior design a touch of originality and authenticity. Indeed, the relief is not in the design but in the structure of the tile itself. Composed of tiles of different sizes, colors, and thicknesses, 3D tiles are designed to achieve any type of decoration, from the most discreet to the most extravagant.
With a single color or a combination of colors, this type of flooring can be used to embellish your bathroom, your hall, your kitchen, and your bedrooms. The market offers a wide range of choices in terms of color and pattern to satisfy all desires and the most particular needs. 3D effect tiles combine aesthetics, design, and authenticity.
How to install 3D tiles?
3D effect tiles are mainly installed indoors as a wall covering. Although the objective is to get away from the “déjà vu”, you should not overdo it to avoid the opposite effect. That’s why you need the expertise of a tile professional to succeed in its installation. 3D tiling can replace traditional painting to distinguish spaces depending on the expected result. As for the installation work, there is no particular distinction; it is done in the same way as for the installation of traditional tiles.
However, since it is an installation that allows the imagination and creativity to speak, it is best to entrust it to a professional for its perfect implementation. You have to explain your project, and he will realize it for you. For example, if you want a very modern look, 3D tiles with geometric shapes are perfect. On the other hand, if you want to combine contemporary style with the charm of the old, opt for 3D tiles. Similarly, if you prefer to accentuate the relief of 3D tiles, the black-and-white look is a great option.
Relief in your bathroom
Adopting 3D tiles in your bathroom will allow you to create a unique atmosphere. Resistant and easy to maintain, relief tiles have the particularity of imitating many materials such as natural stone, cement, slate, or wood… A decorative tile gives character to your room. Also, by playing on geometry, you bring a playful and dynamic side to your bathroom.
Many combinations are available to you. A floor tile with a diamond or cube pattern suggests volume to your bathroom. An imitation wood tile combined with a beige floor covering creates a warm cocoon. A shiny relief tile illuminates bathrooms without windows. Finally, laying wall tiles with ripples evokes those of the ever-present water.
How much does it cost to install 3D tiles?
The services are different, whether it’s new construction or renovation. Indeed, the costs are very varied, but you can get a free estimate on the internet. The service varies according to the specificity of each work. There are many criteria to consider, whether it is an interior or exterior tile installation, a renovation or new construction, the room concerned (kitchen, bathroom, living room, etc.), the tile surface, and the type of tile.
Choosing 3D tiles is an ingenious idea to enhance your walls. Its textured effect gives the room it covers a touch of refinement. It also allows you to personalize your interior decoration thanks to its multitude of creative combinations. Finally, raised tiles to add light to a dark room because they catch the light, especially the white and gold reflections.
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