For something a little bit different to brighten up a home, pebble tile may qualify as a unique winner.
When it comes to wanting to ensure a home is shipshape, looks great, has good resale value and is modern, many people gravitate toward new trends. Not the kind of trends that will look great for six months and go out of style, but the kind of trend that has elegance and class; something that will withstand the test of time and the critical eye of visitors or potential buyers.
“Spiffing up your home is easy if you take the time to check out the latest, greatest and hottest items on the market. Often the easiest way to do something spectacular with your home and still stay within a manageable budget is to use tiles. Pebble tiles are something you might want to consider for a variety of reasons, not to mention the fact they are very attractive and eye catching,” added Dean Dupre who runs Champion Tile, a Clearwater Flooring, Tampa Flooring, and tile installation company.
It just doesn’t work to tell a interior renovation specialist to go ahead and do something great in the house. “That leaves a whole lot of questions up in the air, not the least of which is how much do you want to spend, do you want tile or marble, what colors do you prefer and where do you want the materials?” said Dupre.
Start at the beginning before the interior decorating journey begins and figure out what would look the best in the house and where it would create a whole different ambiance in a room. Check out colors, types of materials to use, where they would look best, and their cost to buy and to install. “During your search, either in stores or online, you may run across tile pebbles. These are nice alternatives to some of the more traditional choices and if they are laid properly, there won’t be any gaps. In addition, the pebble tiles are quite nicely color coordinated and give your floor new life,” Dupre commented.
“An added bonus with pebble tile is that they are very easy to keep clean and you don’t have to go out of your way every day to ‘do’ something with the floor to keep it looking reasonably nice; unlike marble which needs fairly constant primping,” observed Dupre.
If durability is an issue because there are kids and animals in the house, there are no worries with pebble tile. “It lasts quite a long time, probably longer than you will own the house, and is very durable. So if you have high traffic, busy traffic and animal traffic, this may be the flooring for you,” suggested Dupre, who runs Champion Tile, a Clearwater Flooring, Tampa Flooring, and tile installation company. Another added bonus is that if the look of the floor captures the imagination, pebble tile may be used on walls and to accessorize other areas.
To learn more, visit http://www.champtile.com.