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Using 60 x 120 Tiles to Transform a Living Space
Why 600 x 1200 Tiles are such a popular choice
How using 60 x 120 Tiles can make a room feel bigger
A vast range of Styles available
Using 60 x 120 Tiles for a feature wall
Why using 600 x 1200 tiles is better than smaller sizes:
Frequently Asked Questions about 600 x 1200mm Tiles
Approximately 1.39 tiles are needed to cover 1m2, considering that each 600 x 1200 tile covers an area of 0.72m2.
Yes, you can still use 600 x 1200 tiles in a small room. In fact, large-format tiles can create a sense of spaciousness, making the room appear larger and more open.
Brick bonding the joints is a matter of personal preference. It can add visual interest and create a classic look. However, for a more modern and streamlined appearance, you may prefer to align the joints.
Yes, grout joints are essential for proper tile installation. They provide space for slight variations in tile size and allow for expansion and contraction due to temperature changes. The recommended grout joint width for large-format tiles is usually 2-3mm.
Yes these are all the same sizes and the same tiles just wrote in defferent ways.
Yes, larger tiles can create an illusion of a more expansive space, as they have fewer grout lines and a less cluttered appearance.
Larger tiles may result in slightly more wastage due to cutting during installation. However, they typically require fewer tiles overall, which can balance out the wastage.
In most cases, a 60 x 120 tile can be installed on walls without issue. However, it is essential to ensure that the wall is structurally sound and can support the weight of the tiles. Consult a professional installer for advice specific to your situation.
Yes, you can tile the ceiling in your steam room using 60 x 120 tiles. Ensure that you use the appropriate adhesive and grout that can withstand high humidity and moisture levels.
Yes, you can use 60 x 120 tiles in your swimming pool. However, ensure that the tiles you select are specifically designed for swimming pool applications, as they must be resistant to chemicals and slip-resistant for safety purposes.