Are you doing a bathroom remodel? Choosing the right bathroom tiles is essential when it comes to bathroom renovations. Whether you’re aiming for a serene spa-like retreat or a bold statement, there’s a tile design for you. Below are some bathroom tile ideas to inspire you.
Bathroom Tile Ideas
For a luxurious touch, marble tiles are unbeatable. Choose from Carrara, Calacatta, or other marble varieties. The color and intensity of the marble vein will vary by the type of marble you choose. Use large-format marble tiles for a seamless look or create a mosaic with smaller pieces.
Pro Tip: I suggest going to a reputable tile distributor and choosing the marble you want. They will sell you the marble by lot. You choose the actual lot you want. If you want a white, clean look, choose a marble tile lot that has less marble veining.
Subway Tiles with Herringbone Shower Floor Tiles
Classic and timeless, subway tiles are a popular choice for bathrooms. Arrange them in a traditional brick pattern. Opt for white or light-colored subway tiles to create a clean and airy feel.
The grey herringbone shower floor is a nice contrast to the white subway tile shower wall. The subway tile is larger than the typical which gives it a unique vintage feel.
Hexagon-shaped tiles add a touch of geometry to your bathroom. The hexagon bathroom tiles below is interesting because it is a hexagon tile bordered by a hexagon tile border.
Wood Like Tiles
The gray wood like porcelain or ceramic tiles gives this ultra modern bathroom a contemporary fee.
Glass tiles allow you to play with the reflection. The color of the tiles can change depending on the light and time of day. The bathroom below uses natural river stone tiles as an accent wall to give it a spa-like, natural look.
Oversized tiles (such as 12×24 inches or larger) minimize grout lines and create a sleek appearance.
The vintage designed oversized bathroom tile below gives it a more spacious feel and looks elegant with the silver bathtub.
Small, round penny tiles evoke a vintage vibe. Use them on the floor, shower pan, or as a backsplash. Experiment with different colors or mix metallic penny tiles for a contemporary twist. Penny tiles are fun in kids’ bathrooms.
Triangle Penny Tiles
Small triangle tiles similar to penny tiles gives this bathroom a fun yet classic vibe.
Geometric patterns, such as chevrons, diamonds, or triangles, add visual interest. Combine different shapes and colors for a playful effect.
The white marble with emerald green tiles combination in the bathroom below works perfectly together.
Round Bathroom Tiles
The unique round tile pattern below creates a visually appealing bathroom floor.
H-Shaped Bathroom Tiles
The H-Shaped tile in black and white gives a striking, bold look to this bathroom.
Checkered Bathroom Tiles with Floral Border
Checkered tiles with a floral border gives the bathroom a softer, femine touch. The light grey shade also makes the checkered bathroom less intense and less harsh.
Basket Weave Bathroom Tiles with Mosaic Border
Basket weave tiles are classic. In the photo below, they used mosaic and larger tiles as border for the basket weave tiles.
Square Tile with Basket Weave Border Powder Room Tiles
I love the basket weave with square tile pattern in the powder room below. It gives the powder room a wow factor.
Large Herringbone Bathroom Tile Pattern
Herringbone tiles using large oversized tiles gives this bathroom an unexpected yet elegant look.
Bathroom Tile Tips
Remember to consider maintenance, slip resistance, and overall aesthetics when choosing your bathroom tiles. Typically, the smaller the tile more slip resistance it will be. And don’t be afraid to mix and match different styles for a personalized look.