Here are some bathroom tile pictures to show you some different types of tile designs you can implement in your home. Hopefully these photos will inspire you and give you some bathroom tile ideas of your own.
Bathroom Tile Designs
There are literally millions of different tile combinations you can use to create a design for your bathroom. Some people like big tiles and others like small tiles. Some like patterns and others like either plain or abstract. You can use travertine tiles, ceramic tiles, and many other variations of tiles. There is also no limit to the color schemes you can come up with.
Many people like to use Earth tones colors in their bathrooms and they go with brown, beige and tan colored tiles, some prefer black and white tiles, others prefer colorful tiles. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder when dealing with designing a bathroom and selecting the right tiles.
My personal preference is to use large tiles throughout and then use small tiles to accent for borders and corners. I also like to run tiles different ways to distinguish different sections of the design.
Below are more photos of bathrooms utilizing different types of tiles in their designs. At the bottom I will post some of my own designs from my own house. The ideas we came up with were done to compliment the particular sinks, tubs, showers, and walls in the rooms in a unique way. More on that later, but for now, here are more design ideas for you.
In the picture above you can see many design ideas in effect. There are large tiles vertically half way up the wall and the same large tiles are running diagonally at the top. There are medium sized tiles in the border surrounded by very small accent tiles . There are also accent tiles throughout the top positioned vertically in a very nice pattern. The contrast of all these different sized tiles positioned in different directions gives a very beautiful appearance. I also really like the Earth tone colors. The floor of the shower is also tiled with the same tiles. It creates a very cool geometric shape to have the tiles on the bottom and the sides that way.
Putting tiles on the walls around a bathtub can really spruce up the look of your bathroom and can add value to your home. Bathroom renovations don’t have to be expensive if you plan ahead and are careful with your budget.
The tile design in the photo above is an excellent pattern as well. Notice how they used large tiles for the wall, used medium tiles around the borders of the bottom of the shower, and then they used small tiles in a different direction for the shower floor. This gives the shower an incredible look and is a real eye catcher.
Here’s another picture of a simple bathroom renovation where tiles were used to give the bathroom a new look. Bold colored tiles are placed in a pattern to give the otherwise blah walls a pop of color. Again we see the use of different sized tiles. That’s always a good idea in my opinion.
This is a unique and interesting bathroom tile design idea. Rather than being in a uniform pattern they placed photo tiles randomly on the walls. There is no rhyme or reason to the pattern but it seems to work well for them. They also use very small accent tiles at the bottom to create a tall border. The contrast gives an interesting look.
I absolutely love this tile design. This bathroom has very colorful glass tiles in different shades of purple and blue. It definitely has a wow factor about it. The tiles aren’t in any particular pattern which was all part of the design idea. They were randomly placed on purpose.
This is one of the most elegant bathroom tile designs I’ve seen. The brown, grays, and beige colors are very rich and beautiful. I love the use of the small tiles with the accent border right above them. The backsplash goes very well with the antique bronze faucets and handles as well as the granite countertop.
Here’s a photo of a bathroom tile design that I really like. I like the use of all the patterns and different sized tiles. I also like the use of the bolder colors around the edges and borders. It sets the stage for anything else placed in the room.
Here’s one more picture of travertine bathroom tiles used for the shower walls. Even though these tiles are all the same size and even though there are no tiles used for a border, they still were able to give it an extra wow factor by turning the tiles into a diamond shape in the middle of the wall. Creating shapes out of shapes, when installing bathroom tiles, is always a great idea.
I hope these pictures have given you some inspiration as well as some new design ideas of your own. Feel free to share your pics of your own bathrooms with us. We’d love to see your designs. As I mentioned previously, I’ll be posting pictures of the tilework in my own bathrooms shortly. We have six bathrooms, four full baths and 2 half-baths. Each of them has different tile themes. I’m excited to sharing them with you and I will look forward to your comments about them.