Tile is a great way to get a designer look for less in your bathroom, kitchen, or any room in your home. Whether you're remodeling your entire bathroom or just changing up the backsplash in your kitchen, you can find a wide variety of ceramic, glass, marble, porcelain, and stone tile at everyday low prices at Walmart.
What's the best kind of tile?
The best kind of tile for the job is going to depend on where it's going to go and how you're going to use it. Porcelain and glazed ceramic tiles are best for flooring, because they're durable and easy to maintain. Glass mosaic tiles are great for kitchen and bathroom backsplashes, because they're stain resistant and can be cleaned with soapy water. Marble tiles can easily transform your bathroom or kitchen into an elegant space but may need to be sealed to prevent getting scratched or stained. If you're looking for outdoor tile, cement tiles are a good option. They're versatile and come in great colors and patterns and they can be sanded and resealed to be kept in good condition. Do you rent or like to change up your space frequently? Consider peel-and-stick tiles. They come in a variety of materials, like glass, metal, and vinyl, and can be easily removed when it's time to move or redecorate.
What should I look for when buying tile?
After you've chosen the type of material you'd like, it's also important to think about the size of the area you're going to tile, the size of the tiles, and the colors and patterns you'd like. First, it's important to know the size of the area you're going to tile so you know how much tile to buy. There's nothing worse than being in the middle of a project and running out of tile. Next, you'll want to consider what size of tile you'd like. Larger tiles are best suited for floors and spacious rooms, while small tiles are great for walls and countertops. Finally, you'll want to select tile in a color or pattern you like. If you haven't picked out a kind of tile you like yet, you can browse by style to see our wide assortment of arabesque, herringbone, Mexican, mosaic, penny, and subway tile. You can also shop by color to find tile that can blend into your preexisting decor.