Friday, April 29, 2011
Designs Using Unique Hand Paint Bathroom Tiles in Kenilworth
Artisans create some of the most beautiful and one-of-a-kind designs of paint bathroom tiles in Kenilworth that you can use in your bathroom decor. These artists hand paint ceramic tiles in order to create oversized wall murals or to add an element of originality. These designs can be painted on the finished tiles although most are painted during the tile making process before they are glazed.
Many tiles are representative of patterns and colors indigenous to certain cultures and countries. Others convey a retro design that harkens back to different eras and styles. While covering an entire wall or floor with hand-painted designs may be a bit extreme, using hand-painted tiles as a border or scattered throughout your tile work is a great way to expand on your room’s theme.
You can also find many tiles that are not only hand-painted but are textured or embossed as well. These tiles add yet another layer of texture to the look of your overall design. Because they are original and done by hand, you will notice slight irregularities and contrasts that will only add to the designer look of your room.
There are also companies that specialize in reproducing the look of hand-painted tiles and murals, but in actuality the process is mass-produced by machine. These textiles have the advantage of appearing to be handmade, but the price of these tiles is much less. Choosing this avenue of décor will limit you however, since only certain scenes or styles are available to the consumer.
Truly handmade pieces can cost anywhere from $5-$100 for one single 4-inch square tile. Tile murals are usually hundreds of dollars for a mural as small as 12” x 18”. Many artists display their work on their websites and you can find many others displaying their wares at arts and crafts shows throughout the country. There you can see examples of their work and gets an idea of how much you will need to spend in order to create a room using these bathroom tile designs.
Posted on 04/29 at 03:34 AM