Chair rail tile – The right decorations for a chair rail can return rail from a common protective strip to a focal point in the room. Traditionally, chair rails in a position to protect the paint or wallpaper from scarring in chairs pressing against the wall. Some rails are carved of wood and nailed up, while others are made of a strip of wallpaper or paint. Whatever the type of chair rail, decorating it can improve the look of the room.
Small ceramic tiles are often used to create mosaic art. By combining different colors of the same size creates tile patterns and even images. Use this concept to decorate a regular chair rail tile. The mosaics are often decorated with a unique odd color tile. When choosing tiles for the project, consider the different shades of the primary colors in the room and an off-beat color. The project can be time consuming, so plan accordingly. Consider arranging the tiles in the pattern of choice on the floor under the chair rail tile prior to application. Place the tiles on the track one at a time by glue suitable for the surface. Slide the pieces close together on the rail to refuse the room.
Homeowners often use chair rails as a way to add character and design influences to their homes. It adds beauty to an otherwise large, flat wall space. It also protects the walls from the chair scrapes and dents. It is usually installed as a boundary at a height of 32 inches from the floor. Ceramic chair rail tile can have the appearance of smooth porcelain tile or a rough age looking stone. More sizes and styles are available, such as 3 x 6-inch subway tiles, 1/2 x 6-inch pencil tiles or 2 x 2-inch travertine tiles.