Geometric Pool & CabanaBeach Style Patio, Brisbane
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A Design Award winner from Brisbane, QueenslandAn open-sided cabana in ever-popular Hamptons style, with a beautiful selection of ocean-blue tiles lining the pool, celebrates our Australian summer in just the right way.
What should I look for when choosing pool tiles?The tiles you choose for the area around your swimming pool should be:Slip-resistant: Most outside areas require tiles with a P4-P5 slip rating, depending on the application.High wear rating: Poolside environments can be quite harsh given the exposure to chemicals and the changing weather. Make sure your tiles or pavers are strong enough to cope (and protect your safety) by choosing a style with a high wear rating. Water-resistant: Any area near a swimming pool will be exposed to water. Make sure your tiles or pavers won’t be damaged by regular exposure.
Which slip rating should I choose for a bathroom? Choose a tile with a slip rating of P3 or above for wet rooms such as a bathroom, kitchen or laundry. For exterior areas or around a swimming pool, select tiles with a rating of P4 or P5.Building to a Budget: How Tiles, Flooring and Paint Can Add Up