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Bathroom Tiles Design

Bathroom Tiles Design

Tweet // CHOOSING SHOWER TILE TO CREATE A CUSTOM BATHROOM DESIGN A bathroom renovation isn’t complete without choosing new tile for your shower and tub surround. Today’s shower tile options aren’t limited to simple glazed tiles. You can choose from many materials, sizes, and finishes to add personality to your tub and shower surround, as well as coordinate them with the rest of your bathroom. Here are a few ideas to help you create a custom bathroom design: Simple and Traditional When you think of tile for your bath or shower surround, chances are that you’re envisioning 4 x 4 glazed tile in a solid color that has a border or trim in the same color. For a look that’s a little different, but still traditional, try opting for 3 x 6 subway tile in glazed white with a tile trim in a contrasting color. While these tiles lend themselves to traditional bathroom decor, they can also be used in combination with other types of tile to give your bathroom a unique look. Try incorporating mosaic, natural stone, or large format tiles. Choosing different materials will allow you to add your own personal twist to a simple and traditional bathroom style. Modern and Sophisticated Marble tile is available in a wide range of shades and natural veining patterns, and can give your bathroom a modern look. With colors ranging from neutrals to rich browns, you’ll find a variety of shades in the Marble Collection that will help you give your shower a luxurious feel. Marble tile is available in the usual subway, mosaic, and square tile shapes, but it also comes in unique linear and wave mosaic patterns. Consider going with a bold tile like Emperador Dark to make a design statement. To complete the design, you may want to consider installing frameless glass shower doors to enhance the sophisticated, hotel-inspired look. Edgy and Bold Glass tile comes in all shapes and sizes, which can help you create bold focal points throughout your bathroom. From small, transparent mosaics to larger, opaque, shimmery tiles, there is an option for every application. Glass tile is usually suitable for walls and countertops, so you can use it throughout your bathroom for the perfect accent tile. If you’re looking to update traditional, simple glazed tile, try incorporating bright inserts of glass mosaic tile. Consider adding a border or framing your shower shelving with glass mosaic tile. Further, multicolored mosaic tile patterns can provide textural and visual interest to any area of your bathroom. For example, try using Glass Horizons™ on just your shower floor for an unexpected and bold design element. You can also try trimming your shower surround with Glass Pebbles™, which come in an uncommon shape, to add an edgy, one-of-a-kind look to your bathroom. Chic and On-Trend Don’t be afraid to infuse your design with bright hues and the latest trends! The Natural Hues collection allows you to showcase your personality with vibrant colors like Everglade and Regency Blue. Consider using two or three different shades of a similar color to create a watercolor effect, or to add a subtle ombre design to your shower walls. If you go this route, consider incorporating clean lines into the rest of your design to allow the tile to become your bathroom’s focal point. You can also use shades of black, grey, and white tile to create a stylish monochromatic look. To keep your design trendy, play with textures and materials. For instance, you could use a beautiful Consulate mosaic tile in Premier Grey on the walls and Haut Monde in Empire Black on your floor to contrast a white shower and tub surround. Natural and Zen Natural stone and stone-look tile comes in a range of color, including simple, neutral tones that can help you turn your shower and tub surround into the ultimate oasis. Whether you choose porcelain tile that looks like stone or go for natural stone tiles or slabs, the varied shades of stone can add a soothing, calming touch to your space. The Exquisite™ line, for example, features stone-look mosaic tiles that are perfect for showers. Consider decorating the rest of your bathroom in light colors in order to keep the airy, peaceful feel flowing throughout your entire design. You may also want to bring in some greenery, such as bamboo or orchids, to add to the tranquility. When updating your shower, tile will allow you to create a design that is uniquely yours. Whether your style is modern, edgy, or traditional, you’ll end up with a clean, updated look just by installing new shower tile. Remember to balance the size of the tile you choose with the size of your bathroom. Use these ideas as inspiration, and head to your nearest Daltile dealer to discover more gorgeous tile options. //
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Bathroom Tiles Design

Getty Images By Kelsey Kloss Mar 27, 2017 Tiles are a staple of bathroom decor, and the options for how to use them are endless. This year is seeing plenty of new tile trends emerge that cater to just about every design style, from minimalist to maximalist. Swipe up for ideas to inspire your next bathroom renovation (and as your tile obsession grows, check out these kitchen tile ideas, too). Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 1 Patterned Tile Getty Gone are the days of tile floors blending into the background of a room. In 2017, you’ll see the reemergence of patterned tiles, perhaps reflective of this year’s renewed focus on artisanship and craftsmanship. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 Honeycomb Tiles Dustin Walker for Laurel & Wolf If 2017 could have a shape, it might just be honeycomb. Designers are getting geometric with their tiles, with honeycomb (aka hexagon) shapes appearing in tiled flooring and walls. This bathroom from Laurel & Wolf features gray floor tiles with navy borders, which echo the navy blue wall. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Color Patterns Dustin Walker for Laurel & Wolf Patterns painted on tiles aren’t the only way to excite with tile. Designers are piecing together intricate designs using a variety of colorful, geometric tiles meant to capture the eye upon first glance, such as in this bathroom in a Laurel & Wolf home. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 Espresso Tones Courtesy of Homepolish Though color will certainly be trending this year, so will earthier tones such as chocolate brown — a sound option for those who prefer a more neutral palette. In this Homepolish home, the floor tiles are a deep brown that add dimension to the neutral space. You can also expect matte finishes to compete with glossy this year. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Long, Narrow Subway Tile Getty Images If the honeycomb tile trend is any proof, this year will be all about atypical tile shapes. Instead of the classic subway tile, this year, long and narrow tile will appear in bathrooms as a sleek alternative. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 Fish Scale Tile Homepolish The fish scale trend first emerged in 2016, but it’s still reigning strong into 2017 with fashionable bathrooms like this one from Homepolish. Fish scale tiles add an element of dimension and offer a softer look for the homeowner who wants to avoid a boxy look. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Vertical Tile Getty Images When you’ve tired of horizontal subway tile, the only place to go is — up! Vertical tiles can be staggered for an unexpected, modern aesthetic that can visually expand a room. This particular bathroom uses varying shades of gray to capture visitors’ attention. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 8 Colorful Tile Getty Images Naturally, 2017 is all about green. But just about every color is appearing in tiles this year as a bright, happy bathroom trend for color-lovers. In this bathroom, vivid green is paired with more subdued natural elements (like the wood sink and window) for a balance of colorful and carefree style. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Bathroom Tiles Design

Getty Images By Kelsey Kloss Mar 27, 2017 Tiles are a staple of bathroom decor, and the options for how to use them are endless. This year is seeing plenty of new tile trends emerge that cater to just about every design style, from minimalist to maximalist. Swipe up for ideas to inspire your next bathroom renovation (and as your tile obsession grows, check out these kitchen tile ideas, too). Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 1 Patterned Tile Getty Gone are the days of tile floors blending into the background of a room. In 2017, you’ll see the reemergence of patterned tiles, perhaps reflective of this year’s renewed focus on artisanship and craftsmanship. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 Honeycomb Tiles Dustin Walker for Laurel & Wolf If 2017 could have a shape, it might just be honeycomb. Designers are getting geometric with their tiles, with honeycomb (aka hexagon) shapes appearing in tiled flooring and walls. This bathroom from Laurel & Wolf features gray floor tiles with navy borders, which echo the navy blue wall. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Color Patterns Dustin Walker for Laurel & Wolf Patterns painted on tiles aren’t the only way to excite with tile. Designers are piecing together intricate designs using a variety of colorful, geometric tiles meant to capture the eye upon first glance, such as in this bathroom in a Laurel & Wolf home. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 Espresso Tones Courtesy of Homepolish Though color will certainly be trending this year, so will earthier tones such as chocolate brown — a sound option for those who prefer a more neutral palette. In this Homepolish home, the floor tiles are a deep brown that add dimension to the neutral space. You can also expect matte finishes to compete with glossy this year. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Long, Narrow Subway Tile Getty Images If the honeycomb tile trend is any proof, this year will be all about atypical tile shapes. Instead of the classic subway tile, this year, long and narrow tile will appear in bathrooms as a sleek alternative. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 Fish Scale Tile Homepolish The fish scale trend first emerged in 2016, but it’s still reigning strong into 2017 with fashionable bathrooms like this one from Homepolish. Fish scale tiles add an element of dimension and offer a softer look for the homeowner who wants to avoid a boxy look. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Vertical Tile Getty Images When you’ve tired of horizontal subway tile, the only place to go is — up! Vertical tiles can be staggered for an unexpected, modern aesthetic that can visually expand a room. This particular bathroom uses varying shades of gray to capture visitors’ attention. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 8 Colorful Tile Getty Images Naturally, 2017 is all about green. But just about every color is appearing in tiles this year as a bright, happy bathroom trend for color-lovers. In this bathroom, vivid green is paired with more subdued natural elements (like the wood sink and window) for a balance of colorful and carefree style. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Bathroom Tiles Design

Bathroom Tiles Design
Bathroom Tiles Design
Bathroom Tiles Design
Bathroom Tiles Design

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