because all the large tiles were used in the kitchen
ceramic tiles feel colder because it kind of takes the warmth from you but the carpet doesn't as it can 'store' heat whereas the tiles can't
Think about it. If the tiles are wet, then you are going to have more grip if it is rough then when it's smooth so you won't slip and break something as easily.
The inertia of the tiles, their want to remain at rest, fights against the force which the impact of the strike imparts on the tiles. the tiles cannot accelerate fast enough to get out of the way of the strike, so they break to resolve the impossibility of changing its inertia so quickly
Floor tiles absorb heat rapidly. This means that if you stand in bare feet on tiles, a lot of heat is drawn out of your foot. A carpet in comparison, absorbs heat slowly. This makes floor tiles feel colder that a carpet when they are actually the same temperature.
Skid resistant tiles which are typically used in bathrooms and terraces to avoid skidding
Bathrooms require a flooring material that is durable and resistant to moisture. Consequently, the most common types of flooring used when remodeling bathrooms are ceramic tiles or vinyl. Vinyl flooring may be sheets or vinyl tiles - both are appropriate for bathrooms.
I believe you are talking about linoleum flooring.
Scratch- and stain-resistant vitrified tiles are available. These tiles can be applied both indoors and outside. They can be used as wall tiles in bathrooms, kitchens, and residential flooring indoors. Outside, they are ideal for high traffic areas.
Often the floor or wall tiles. The walls and ceiling, the windows, mirrors, cupboard doors . . .
If you want both bathrooms to have the same cabinets and tiles, then YES!
Most household accidents occur in bathrooms, as people are in them a few times a day and often slip in the shower or on tiles.
smaller tiles would make it look bigger
There are many companies available who turn small crowded bathrooms into luxury one but this depends on the country where you live. Sometimes there are also local stores available.
The small tile parts of a mosaic is called tesserae
Schluter Systems sells materials that aid the installation of tiles and and stone in bathrooms. Their products are typically German: beautifully designed and perfectly engineered.
Villeroy and Boch supply a selection of bathrooms - including sinks, baths, faucets and urinals. The company also supply tiles, kitchen and tableware.