Mosaic tile is a great way to maximize the play of light in your beach house. However, it might be best to employ busier patterns strictly in smaller spaces of the house, like bathrooms or bedrooms, to avoid losing that fresh, breezy feel that makes a beach house so welcoming.
Speaking of that breezy, fresh feeling, porcelain tile is the perfect way to make a space feel brighter and more open. This can be an inexpensive and durable way to create a warmer, more inviting atmosphere in your beach house.
Finally, stone tile has the effect of creating a cozier atmosphere and also absorbs more sound so you won't have to put up with the echo-effect that other tile surfaces may have. If you want a more naturalistic look, consider using irregularly shaped stone tiles.
In the end, tile flooring is a great way to avoid those extra problems that beach houses have that are different from a residential flooring installation because they are resistant to wear from tracked in sand and standing water.
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