Tiles are perfect partners for the bathroom, but did you know how many different bathroom tile ideas there are? With thousands of choices to make for durable, easy-to-clean tiles and endless designs and arrangements, you can always create a completely unique bathroom with simplest of bathroom tile designs..! Let’s look at some ideas to get started:
- Edging tiles and frames help add a special designer touch that makes your space stand out. Try incorporating contemporary styles (including tiles, fixtures and other pieces) sculptural, 3-D tiles to add contemporary flair to your space. Transitional decor that blends contemporary and traditional styles is a close second and is quickly gaining popularity. Try adding sandstone bathroom floor tiles to complete that look.
- Subway tile is one of the most versatile design options. It’s classic and timeless yet modern at the same time. Subway bathroom tiles come in a variety of colors, patterns and materials to add interest to your bathroom and in simple white to let other design elements shine. You can even drastically change the look of your subway tile with contrasting grout colors. Whichever you choose, subway tile isn’t going out of style anytime soon..!!
- Mosaic Accents are one of the easiest ways to add pop of color, shine and shape to your shower, recessed shelf or a backslash. You can create a stripe, framed accent or a full wall with a glass mosaic that has already done the work of pairing colors and materials together for you.
- Large-format tiles in your bathroom cover large areas, are easier to clean due to fewer grout lines and makes a small space look bigger. Elevate the style of your shower, tub or bathroom tile with hundreds of large-format tiles, including wood-look planks rectangular bathroom tiles and 3-D tiles too!
- Floor to ceiling tiles cost more, but is great to give your bathroom an elevated look. This elegant design features a standard rectangular bathroom tile with black grout that looks dramatic against the black or slate bathroom tile for the floor. Black grout lines pull the eye in and work best in a larger bathroom to create a focal point in the space. Use cream bathroom tiles or white marble bathroom tiles as alternatives.