There are many types of bathroom tiles. Depending on the material it is made from, it can be used for wet spots, wall accents or dry areas. Before replacing the tiles in your bathroom, make sure that your choice will not only look good but also work great for the floor or the walls of the bathroom. Non-vitreous tiles absorb water and is best used for accent areas while vitreous tiles are better for areas that are prone to splashing. Glazed tiles are resistant to water but unglazed ones are not. Bathroom tiles should have some amount of friction to prevent slipping. To make things easier, here are some tips from professionals at Perma Ceram of Westchester on what types of tiles may be best for your bathroom.