1. Marble-Look Walls and Mosaic Flooring
Marble-looking ceramic tile walls with a big horizontal bond pattern and mosaic grid flooring that coordinates give this bathroom an elegant appearance. The room is visually amplified by using the same flooring throughout the entire bathroom.
2. Make Mine a Combo
You may have the chance to build a function wall with ornamental tile when you have a mix of bath and shower. We enjoy this decor’s color consistency, particularly with the distinctive pattern of tile flooring! Consider a tub surrounded with your ceramic tile choice for tubes that are not freestanding.
3. Rustic Rectangles
Large rectangular panels and a curbless shower accentuate this unadorned, urban atmosphere.
4. Sleek Subway Tile
White subway tile offers a classic background function that contrasts well with the slate gray flooring (note that the grout in the subway tile picks up the floor tile color).
5. Diamond Rug Accent
On the shower wall, this lighter diamond rug accent tile pattern pops against the darker natural stone-effect tile. On the floors and walls, the lighter grout accentuates the tile and compliments the function area.
6. Modern Octagon and Dot
These octagonal and dot shower walls ‘ differing yellow colors create a daring contrast to the black grid flooring, creating a striking look.
7. Subtle Accents
For a clean, comfortable setting, subtle floral patterns accentuate the earth tones of this shower. While there is a rectangular grid on the shower walls, the flooring utilizes a mosaic to add resistance to the slip.
8. Not Your Average Black and White
This contemporary farmhouse bathroom is a mastery of complements and contrasts: rustic white brick walls against charcoal mosaic floor tiles encircled by a floor feature distinctive patterns that combine all the color components in this bathroom.
9. Better Where It’s Wetter
In this mosaic window boundary, the blues, yellows, and greens add an underwater feeling to the earthy, varied subway tile walls and iridescent navy tiled ceiling of this shower.
10. Aqua Agua
Vertical aqua subway tile offers a vigorous pop on white subway against white and stone-looking mosaic tiles that complete this look. The flooring can flow in and out of the shower (but the water remains IN) with a curbless shower!
11. Keep It in the Family
This bathroom utilizes distinct sizes and shapes of natural stone-looking tile, but it maintains coordinating alternatives in the same tile family.
12. Functional Grid
This dark gray mosaic accent color and 3D white wall tile forms a straightforward, functional grid layout. Note: The floor of the shower reuses the same mosaic but has a matt finish and a dark grout.
13. Uncommonly Good
This shower’s accent wall combines the marble look with an unusual form. The result is a shower that is both classical and modern at the same time.
14. What’s Old Is New Again
Using a marble look for this elongated pattern of octagon and dot adds a contemporary twist to a style that became common in the Victorian era.
15. Stone Grids
These stone-looking tiles ‘ distinct sizes and shapes create a clean, coherent look both inside and outside the shower.
16. Warm Wood-Look Tile
You may not believe you’re putting wood on your shower walls, but this bathroom pulls it off easily without worrying about water-damaged wood because it’s ceramic tile with a wood look.
17. Size and Color Contrast
This is a beautiful instance of juxtaposing colorful mosaic tile with big, natural stone-looking tile panels as a feature wall and backplash. The combination of color, texture and size contributes to the feature areas ‘ dramatic focus.
18. Shades of Gray
To produce a peaceful and tidy master bath getaway, shades of gray marble-looking ceramic tile in rectangles and hexagons define vertical and horizontal surfaces.
19. Move Over, Subway Tile
A horizontal accent color of pearled subway tile coupled with big rectangular grid walls and mosaic flooring is used for the spectacular stone impact of this shower.
20. Ultra Modern Geometric Design
Stone-looking square tile flooring promotes these herringbone-striped walls ‘ ultra-modern geometric design. In the white rectangular floating accent wall, the dark grout lines cross the bathing areas and become the room’s focal point.
21. Greige Is the New …
“Greige” is the new beige and the new gray — the new neutral all are crying out for it! Grain motion in the floor and shower walls is anchored in this shower floor by perpendicular white mosaic subway tile for a contemporary rustic charm look, as well as cleanliness and effectiveness air.
22. Unleashed Luxury
Glossy black mosaic tile walls and lengthy dark wood-looking tile flooring boards offer this shower a feeling of spa that can be readily applied in a larger room (without the sunken bath). Note the linen-looking subtly textured floor tile.
23. Natural Colors and Natural Light
A doorless shower is worthy of the world’s window! This space’s artfully laid mosaics mix natural colors and reflect the natural light for a space with a new, energetic atmosphere.
24. Elongating and Luxurious Accents
Since both are vertically positioned, this shower is visually elongated by the big rectangular grid tile walls and running bond mosaic accents. The pattern produced by the mosaic’s various colors adds a distinctive touch that captures the curved mosaics of the bench and ground. Remember that it is possible to install tiles on your roof (as shown here) to provide another component of decoration.
25. Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend
In a comparatively tiny room, the marble-looking squares set in a diamond grid lead you to the shower set out in large-format tile panels for an elegant and open feel.
26. Play With Your Grout!
The dark grout and white subway tile of this shower in a herringbone pattern create an economical option of tile for a distinctive design. Smaller tiles add extra traction to the flooring and a niche coordinating accent. Explore more colored grout ideas and niche ideas!
27. You Won’t Be Blue
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With this cheerful combination of subway tile with an accent horizontal stripe and pencil trimming detail, blue shades won’t make you blue. Psst, we think the next large trend might be the blue tile!
28. Accents That Pop
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The pixelated layout of the mosaic tile shower walls stands out against the broad white grout surrounding these square accents.
29. Modern Mexican Tile
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By using more subdued colors, the designs on the grid flooring of this shower add a twist to traditional Mexican tile. Hexagon mosaic walls finish the fun look with charcoal grout.
30. Textured Accent Wall
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With a extremely textured accent wall, this curbless shower pulls off a minimalist pattern and color scheme.
31. Stone Age
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The patterns of this shower are anything but stuck in the era of stone. In an off-center grid accented by a diamond flag with running bond mosaic boundaries, contemporary stone-looking square tile is laid.
32. Marble Chevron Mosaic
In the marble chevron mosaic wall of this shower, the smooth color modifications add a softening touch to the remainder of the clean-cut lines of the shower (and we enjoy the black pencil trim on the niche).
33. Crosshatch Wood-Look Tile
Surprise! In the shower, wood-looking tile! The design of the crosshatch mosaic wall produces a distinctive twist by making the walls instead of the shower floor the feature tile.
34. Row After Row
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The dark cabinet tones as well as the darker wood-looking ceramic tile flooring are captured by bold rows of mosaic rectangles in the stone effect tile.
35. Mixing It Up, Naturally
Natural stone-effect tile is already a contemporary trend in your shower and bath region, but this lovely bathroom takes it one step further by using different sizes of rectangles in an off-center pattern. This clean layout is accentuated by mosaic tile in the shower flooring and shelf region, and the running bond grid flooring pattern draws your eye to this distinctive mixture.
36. Zero to Sixty
This high-glam chromium-effect mosaic wall tile extending from the vanity to the shower is certainly an escape from the rat race.
37. Go Big or Go Home
These big gauged panels / slabs of porcelain tiles generate a dominant elegance. Add wood-effect tile panels and custom printed ceramic wall tile panels and you’ve got a look that matches your magnificent perspective.
38. True Blue
Surround yourself for a truly refreshing shower experience with colors of blue mosaic ceramic tile.
39. Artistry and Craftsmanship
The versatility of ceramic tiles enables you to represent your private style of design. On this function wall, the craftsmanship of ceramic tile produces a focus of beauty — a job of art in your shower!
40. Nothing to Hide
Another decor aspect to consider is the shower doors — doorless, frameless, and how about this distinctive partly frosted alternative! What a lovely way to add privacy and still show the lovely dimensional wall tile of the shower. (Don’t ignore the mirrored niche!)