When looking for tile trims to suit Ceramic Bathroom Tiles you have the option of either using a plastic tile trim, aluminum tile trim, metal tile trim or a ceramic edging tile.
There are many pitfalls and advantages related with all of these applications.
So what is the most beneficial tile trim or edging tile for your bathroom wall tiles?
The kind of tile edging or tile trim you use will depend utterly on the type of tile you are using.
When deciding on your ceramic bathroom tiles you will more than likely have to select a different bathroom wall tile to your bathroom floor tile.
The correct application of your edging tile or tile trims will depend on the application and the bathroom tile design that you are working with and what you expect to achieve as a finished result.
With your ceramic bathroom wall tiles the tile trims or tile edging that we suggest you use on any exposed corners, such as nib walls and window sills, is the use of aluminum tile trims or plastic tile trims, which are available in almost all tile shop retailers.
The reason I’m suggesting this type of tile edging for your ceramic bathroom wall tiles has to do with the fact that ceramic wall tiles are typically softer than ceramic floor tiles and are particularly much softer than a porcelain floor tile making them very difficult to put a good quality edging profile on them.
An alternative choice you could apply could be to mitre the tiles at an angle of 45 degrees.
But only use an extremely high quality wet cutting tile saw for this alternative.
You can obtain tile trims at any regional tile store or ceramic tile merchant and they generally have a variety of color’s to suite the majority of applications, so good luck and happy tiling.