5 Bathroom Wall Option You Must Know

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There’s no end to talking about bathroom decorating ideas. We can explore as many decor ideas to make this most private room as peaceful as possible. One of the crucial things in bathroom decorating ideas is the wall. Bathroom walls are different from walls in other parts of the home. In living rooms, bedrooms, hallways, and other completely dry areas, any type of wall covering will work. Even kitchens, which are mostly dry.

Bathroom walls are many; vinyl wallpaper, interior paint, tile, beadboard, and tileboard. They all have pros and cons, so when you’ve known all of them, you won’t regret choosing them for your bathroom wall. Here, are the 5 bathroom wall options you must know.

1. Vinyl Wallpaper

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Vinyl is one of the better options for bathroom walls in terms of functionality. But it may not makes your bathroom like a hotel. Vinyl wallpaper has grown up and become sophisticated. Retailers such as Tempaper offer gorgeous vinyl wallpapers that have graced homes featured in style and shelter magazines. One benefit of vinyl wallpaper is that you can actually try it out before applying it.

2. Interior Paint

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Bathroom paint is regular interior paint that has properties that make it better suited for your bathrooms. Regular interior paint avoids getting flat or matte surface paint because the paint’s pores trap water. A classic way to avoid this is to use semi-gloss or even a high gloss sheen. But premium paints with mold-killing additives let you have those desirable flatter sheens in the bathroom. The benefit of using paint for your bathroom walls is the cost.

3. Tile

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It will never be a problem as long as it is properly applied, moisture. All tile has grout, and grout means lines. Lines create patterns that can either enhance or detract from the bathroom’s appearance. However, don’t use many tiles since they can make a room feel busy, ponderous, sterile, and even depressing.

4. Beadboard

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Beadboard provides only partial coverage for the wall: the lower half. But the lower section is the most important part when it comes to moisture problems. Beadboard will give your bathroom a classic look, which can be either an asset or a deficit.

5. Tileboard

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The tileboard may look like ceramic tile. Tileboard comes in large format panels that let you install 32 square feet of wall covering that looks nominally like tile in just a few minutes. They are cheapĀ and easy to install, tileboard is best used for a guest bathroom or basement bathroom due to its economical appearance.

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