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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

Tweet // MODERN BATHROOM TILE IDEAS If you’ve lived with an outdated bathroom for years, starting a long-awaited remodeling project can be an exciting step. You can make your bathroom an elegant, modern space that is not only used for practical purposes, but also for relaxation. By mimicking a luxury spa or even a rustic vacation cottage, you can create a serene environment you will enjoy for years to come. With a stylish tile that complements your surrounding decor, you can create a bathroom that’s truly unique. Here are a few bathroom tile ideas to help inspire your next project. Experiment with Different Sizes, Shapes, Textures Rather than using a traditional 12 x 12 or 6 x 6 inch square tile, incorporate unique tile patterns and sizes into your bathroom design. Large porcelain tile, for example, can be made using the latest imaging techniques for an incredibly realistic interpretation of stone. You can use this style of tile in varying sizes on both the floors and walls for a sleek, realistic look. Smaller glass mosaic tiles can be mixed in with neutral tiles to brighten up your bathroom. They will help to add depth to your design, and the unique colors will make the space appealing to the eye. In addition, you can use glass mosaic tiles to add an attractive backsplash behind your vanity or sink. Another option is to incorporate porcelain tile that looks like wood into your bathroom floor. These tiles offer the warmth and natural look of hardwood floors, but with easier upkeep and greater resistance to moisture. You can opt for a stained-look finish or go with a natural look to make your space feel more rustic. If you prefer a classic style with a modern twist, incorporate geometric-shaped tile into your bathroom. This tile looks great on the floor, backsplash, or even as an accent within your shower. You can get creative with geometric tiles and create a design that is truly original. Keep Water Resistance in Mind When choosing tiles, keep in mind the amount of humidity and water that’s present in your bathroom. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are always great choices for bathroom flooring because they are extremely water resistant. With today’s range of water-resistant styles, there is plenty of room to have a stylish and durable design. Go Natural with Travertine If you love the authentic look of natural stone, travertine is a great choice for your bathroom. This stone tile will last for a long time and comes in a wide range of colors to match almost any decor. Travertine can also be sealed to resist water infiltration, and is relatively easy to care for. Incorporate Tile Accents To elevate the grandeur of a small bathroom, opt for the same color scheme on both the walls and floor. Salerno™ ceramic tile, which is a great option for both walls and floors, provides a neutral backdrop that you can dress up with more ornate accent tiles. To jazz up a neutral pattern, for example, add a row of accent tiles to define the space around your bathtub or shower. As overall bathroom design has evolved to become more chic and modern, floor tiles have also changed. Today’s bathroom tile options are available in a wide range of materials, colors, and styles. If you’re starting a bathroom remodel, visit a Daltile design gallery to find more bathroom tile ideas and check out the wide array of options available.
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

Chrish MartinThese are really great and beautiful designs. I like Shower Tile. That is really awesome design. Thank you for sharing this great ideas.Daniela AdamsThese designs are absolutely beautiful! I love the one in white and blue colors. I love tile, I think it’s the best material for bathrooms and kitchens – it’s so easy to keep it clean and in a good shape.elizabethVery creative ideas and motivation for bathroom vanities. It’s really informative blog aboutbathroom Remodeling.Jessy ShawI really enjoyed looking at all of these designs! My husband and I have been wanting to get some different tile flooring for our master bathroom and I could definitely see some of these designs working for us! I have been doing a lot of research looking for different designs and it has been really fun to see what people have come up with! I will have to run some designs by my husband and hopefully have our project up and running soon!Ultimate KitchensI like your ideas and creation. Bathroom all design is very beautiful. Such a awesome creation. Thank u for sharing this one..Jack MooreWow, those are some really interesting designs! I especially love the smaller hexagons, that’s a atypical design if I’ve ever seen one. I also really like the darker, simple bathroom design, with bright, colorful and ornate tiles in the shower. That adds a nice contrast that makes the shower pop. Thanks for sharing, this will help me as I remodel my bathroom.
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

As overall bathroom design has evolved to become more chic and modern, floor tiles have also changed. Today’s bathroom tile options are available in a wide range of materials, colors, and styles. If you’re starting a bathroom remodel, visit a Daltile design gallery to find more bathroom tile ideas and check out the wide array of options available.
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

It's not all about field tile. Border and accent tiles, when used with discretion, add pizazz without breaking your tile budget. This picture features a continuous band of accent tile from Daltile along the bathtub. Wall Field Tile – Daltile 6×8 Almond Tile Border – Daltile Fashion Accents Tile
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

If you’ve lived with an outdated bathroom for years, starting a long-awaited remodeling project can be an exciting step. You can make your bathroom an elegant, modern space that is not only used for practical purposes, but also for relaxation. By mimicking a luxury spa or even a rustic vacation cottage, you can create a serene environment you will enjoy for years to come. With a stylish tile that complements your surrounding decor, you can create a bathroom that’s truly unique. Here are a few bathroom tile ideas to help inspire your next project.
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

This bathroom tile picture features easy-to-install 13″ porcelain tile. Note, too, that the tile extends halfway up the wall, bordered by listello tile. Armstrong Avignon Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile 13″ x 13″, Satin Finish
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

Rather than using a traditional 12 x 12 or 6 x 6 inch square tile, incorporate unique tile patterns and sizes into your bathroom design. Large porcelain tile, for example, can be made using the latest imaging techniques for an incredibly realistic interpretation of stone. You can use this style of tile in varying sizes on both the floors and walls for a sleek, realistic look.
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Bathroom Tile Design Ideas

You need a big bathroom to have tile this big. This is 24″ by 24″ full-body glazed porcelain tile (yes, it looks like stone, but it's not) from Bedrosian's Cesare Magnus series. Laying tile in this grid pattern makes it look like there are fewer tile seams than if it were laid in brick-work fashion.
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We don't often talk about mondo-sized bathroom tiles–sizes tend to range from mosaic up to thirteen inchers. Here is a bathroom tile picture from one of my favorite tile manufacturers, Hispano Azul, featuring a tile that covers nearly four square feet. Tuareg Tiles, 23.6″ from Hispano Azul
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Toilet enclosures are often dim, dismal affairs, nothing more than drywall boxes.  Why be boring?  This bathroom is brightened up with Rockefeller glass/stone mosaic blend tile in 12″ by 13″ sheets, from Bedrosian's Manhattan Series. The vertical placement of the tile adds to the visual interest, making the tile the star of this bathroom's show.
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Fanciful swirls move from tile to tile in this design from Ann Sacks/Andy Fleishman. No matter which direction you set the tile, it will always mate up with swirls in adjoining tile. These 12″ x 12″ concrete tiles (Variations) can be butted edge-to-edge (grout-free) or can be grouted, as shown here.
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There’s a reason tile is often the material of choice in the bathroom: it reflects light, it’s durable, it’s easy to clean and it freshens up the space. We’ve assembled a list of bathroom tile ideas to help you get started.
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Charleston, S.C., designer Cortney Bishop prefers to use one tile for the entire space as a way to create a cohesive look. If the scale of the chosen tile is too large to use everywhere, Cortney cuts the chosen tile down to scale to maintain the continuity and then creates a spa-like feel by taking the tile all the way to the ceiling.
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“I wanted drama!” says designer SuzAnn Kletzien of this daring en suite bathroom. The impact begins with a dynamic hexagonal-tile “rug” by Artistic Tile. In Nero Marquina, Pacific White and Thassos marbles, it’s a luxe version of traditional penny-tile.
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Small danish bathroom photo in Sydney with white walls, a freestanding tub, mosaic tile floors and white tile — HouzzI like the white and tile. understated. — Carrie Park EmbedEmailQuestion

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