For retail businesses, the challenge is re-tiling your floor around your customers. How do you do it?
You could keep your retail store open and work around your customers, laying tile in one section at a time as your customers shop. But to do that you’d have to cordon off the section of the store you are working on and that would cause you to lose sales. It’s not a practical option for most retail businesses.
Tiling a basement can send some people for a loop. Why would you do that, they ask. Or, what kind of tile should you lay in your basement, they may quip. These are good questions, so let’s answer them.
To begin with, one good reason for tiling your basement floor is because you want to use it for something other than a basement. Maybe you want to turn it into a bedroom or a child’s playroom. You may want to convert your basement into a family game room or party room. Or you might want your basement to become an office. Perhaps you have other ideas.
Bathrooms and powder rooms are some of the most boast-worthy rooms in any house. If you are good at creating designs or have an eye for interior decor, then you should choose your vanity and be proud. There are a lot of options when it comes to bathroom vanities.
One choice you’ll have to make is your tile. Will your vanity have a tiled top? How will it match your bathroom floor? Better yet, what about your backplash?