One of the best ways to instantly transform a room is to add tile. This is especially the case in your bathroom. Indeed, there are also some utilitarian uses for tiling your bathroom. For instance, tile can help prevent mold. On a normal wall – dry wall – the mold can permeate deep inside. With tile, the mold will grow on the surface, but it can be easily washed away. Moreover, tile will make your bathroom easy to clean – you can usually simply use some light soap, a rag and you are done. However, tile can often be more expensive. Fortunately, there are a few ways to tile your bathroom on a tight budget.

  1. Tile the bathroom yourself. One of the best ways to save money on tiling your bathroom is to do the tiling yourself. Indeed, one of the biggest costs involved in tiling your bathroom has to do with installation. When it comes down to it, installing tile is actually really easy – with a quick tutorial, you can install the tile and make it look professional.
  2. Use leftover tile. Indeed, if you havetile in your kitchen, or another bathroom, you may want to use leftover tile. The truth is that going with leftover tile can offer a sense of consistency when it comes to the design of your home. There is a good chance that you will have enough tile left over for a bath backsplash or to tile an entire wall in a powder room. Whatever the case is, reusing tile will save you a tremendous amount of money.
  3. Find an inexpensive tile brand. Another way to save money is to do your research when it comes to the type of tile you are using. In most cases – if you are on a budget – you won’t be able to use tile that is over a certain price range. This means that certain high-end tiles are out of the question. However, if you visit a tile retailer, likeGarden State Tile, there is a good chance that you will be able to find something that does fit a little nicer into your price range.
  4. Only tile part of your bathroom. If you can’t afford to tile your entire bathroom, you can get away with only tiling part of your bathroom. For instance, you may want to tile only your sink headspace or your shower. Going this route can give you the tiled look, but at a much more affordable cost. Indeed, most bathrooms don’t need to be tiled floor to ceiling, so you would be wasting money if you didn’t partially tile your bathroom.
  5. Use antique tiles or recycled tiles. On top of everything, you may want to use recycled or antique tiles. Sometimes, brand new tiles can be less than affordable. This is especially the case if you want to go for tiles that are a little nicer or flashier. In the end, if you want to save money but still have an expensive look, you may want to go for antique tiles.

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