Just as many walls are painted beige and white, many bathrooms are covered in neutral, square tiles. There’s nothing wrong with choosing beige walls or square tiles, but why not go for something a bit more special? Today we’ve compiled a variety of bathroom tile ideas. Some are classic and elegant, others are vibrant and creative. Choose the idea that best fits your style, or use an idea as inspiration for something even more personalized. Either way, you’re sure to have an absolutely beautiful bathroom.
Beautiful Bathroom Tile Ideas
These rhombus tiles create a sophisticated chevron pattern. Although you could try this same style in a brighter hue or even contrasting colors, the soft white/gray palette in the photo above keeps the design understated and chic. Chevron is very trendy at the moment, but don’t worry about it falling out of favor. It’s a classic pattern that will always be in style.
A gradient created with tiles is a great option if you’ve decided on a color but can’t choose which shade or tint you like best. Just use them all! A monochromatic gradient (like the blue one in the photo above) is more refined, but you could also choose to create a gradient with two different colors, blending them together in the center. Gradient tiling is a useful option for anyone who wants to add the illusion of height to their bathroom. By placing the darker shades on bottom, you’re giving visual weight to the floor, and the lighter tints on top make the room feel airy and elongated.
Subway tiles are very popular right now in both kitchens and bathrooms. Although they’re most commonly seen in white, this aqua shade is lovely as well. It echoes the color of an ocean or an aquarium, making you feel like you’re under the sea.
Simple and modern, these rectangular stripes are very sophisticated. The varying widths of the stripes add interest and complement the faucets and soap dispensers well. This design would look great in any color of the rainbow and is slightly unusual but timeless.
This zigzag tile pattern is not tremendously common, but it has a timeless elegance about it. Although you could certainly go for a bright, high-constrast look with this pattern, I love that the designer choose a monochromatic color scheme of whites, beiges, and grays that are randomly mixed together. It’s a wonderful combination of unusual design, classic color, and natural elegance.
Bubbly and bright, these circular tiles are sure to brighten the day of your guests. Like the subway tiles above, they make me feel as though I’m under water. However, I would caution against this style if you’re planning to sell your home soon. While the bubbles are beautiful, they might not charm every homebuyer.
If you don’t need your entire wall to be covered in tiles, why not make large stripes of them? The shimmering, pearlescent tiles in this photo give the room an aura of glamour and luxe, but you could choose any shape or color you like.
I’ve saved the most extravagant for last! If you really want something unusual for your bathroom walls, why not create a mosaic mural? The design options are limitless—the ocean, a skyline of New York, a map of Paris, a colorful forest, a castle in the clouds . . . However, only consider this option if you’re not planning to sell your home anytime soon. While you may love taking a bath surrounded by fish, your home’s future buyers may see the lively bathroom as a reason to knock down their offer.
These bathroom tile ideas may not work for every home, but I hope you’ll consider them in lieu of standard white and beige square tiles. White square tiles are great, but so are aqua bubble tiles!
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