Change up the house in a big way with porcelain tile
When people grow weary of their surroundings, they look to make changes. Usually, the duller they find their home to be, the bigger the change. The most common way to spice up your home is the addition of things: an ottoman, a lamp, or perhaps a footstool. Minor additions are all well and good, but what if you already have enough furniture? What if the addition of a few solutions for modern living is just not enough? In cases such as these, the obvious solution is to replace something. Out with the old and in with the new.
Renovation is a large commitment, but it will breathe new life into a room in a way that replacing a couch cover cannot measure up to. When deciding to renovate, you’ll need to first decide which parts of a room have become worn to a point where replacing them will be worth your while. A great place to start is with the floor. Very often when moving into a new house, you will be burdened with moldy old wooden tiles or dingy and smelly carpet that has seen its fair share of spills and filthy boots. In order to avoid any of these problems in the future, and in order to raise the value of your home, you would be wise to install porcelain tile flooring.
While tile flooring should be avoided for bedrooms, it is perfect for living rooms and bathrooms that could go for a change. The subtle variation in color and pattern between each tile makes each room distinct. If you favor the appearance of wooden floors, but are looking for the benefits of porcelain tiles, you can opt for porcelain tiles that looks like wood. They have the appearance of wooden grain while still being durable and easy to clean.
Written by Asher Briggs