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25 Stylish Ways To Mix And Match Bathroom Tiles
Using only one type of tile in your bathroom is weird, not to say impossible, and a mixed-up look will be much bolder and trendier. Sometimes we combine not just two types of tiles but three or more to accent these or those zones. But how to pair up your tiles with style, to achieve a cohesive look and make your bathroom chic and welcoming?
When we start a bathroom redo, we usually have a tile on our minds, so take it as your must and look for a match for that. Rock not more than three different tiles to achieve a stylish look – too many different tiles won’t bring an elegant or timeless feel to the space unless going super quirky and colorful is your goal.
Same Color, Different Tiles
If you want to achieve a timeless bathroom design, this is the look for you. Floors and walls should be clad in the same color tile, yet different sizes and maybe different shapes are used on the walls to avoid a boring look and bring some interest to the space. Such design never goes out of style and it always works, whatever style of bathroom you are designing.
neutral tiles – square ones and penny hex tiles plus an accent with blue and white mosaic tiles over the sink
white marble tiles – graphic ones on the floor and square ones on the walls for a chic feel in the space
white marble tiles on the walls and floor, smaller ones and larger ones on the floor for a timeless bathroom look
white tiles – subway ones on the walls and hex penny tiles on the floor accented with black grout
a neutral bathroom with white subway tiles on the walls and neutral marble hex ones on the floor
a contemporary bathroom with large scale marble tiles on the floor and herringbone tiles on the walls
A Bold Floor, Plain Walls
If you’ve chosen bold floor tiles and want something different for the walls, keep them neutral or plain. If you want to give your space a modern and fresh look, this is a way to go – most of modern designers prefer to accent the floor and not the walls, this way the bathroom looks relaxing yet features an accent.
a bold mosaic tile floor and walls done with white subway tiles for a contrast and a catchy look
a green and gold art deco tile floor and a white herringbone tile wall that contrast each other and make a bold cohesive look
a mosaic blue and white tile floor, white tiles on the walls and a navy top for a contrast
a small attic bathroom with a navy and blue mosaic tile floor and white tile walls plus a black floating vanity
a neutral bathroom with marble tiles, navy hexagon tiles on the floor and a powder blue vanity
black hex penny tiles and white subway tiles create a bold combo for a contempprary bathroom
black marble tiles on the floor bring luxury and chic, while white marble tiles are a neutral backdrop
catchy black hexagon tiles on the floor and white tiles on the walls accented with black or white grout for an outstanding look
hex tiles showing off a floral pattern and white tiles on the walls to contrast them and make the space more neutral
navy hex tiles on the floor ad white tiles on the walls create a bold and catchy combo, greenery to refresh the space
navy large scale tiles and white subway ones on the walls to make the look of the bathroom fresh and contemporary
Bold Walls, A Plain Floor
This is a revertive idea when wall tiles are the show-stopper in this bathroom style and floor tiles are kept neutral and plain in color. You may also go for painting the walls or wallpaper and accent only the bathtub, shower or sink with bold tiles, this is a trendy bathroom decor idea right now.