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25 Edgy Penny Tiles Ideas For Your Bathroom
Penny tiles are making a huge comeback, they are a chic and timeless idea for decorating any space – a bathroom or a kitchen or wherever else you need tiles. They look unusual and bold, they will make your space very eye-catchy and can easily fit any décor style, from minimalist to industrial. Let’s take a look at the coolest ideas to rock such tiles in your bathroom, maybe you’ll feel inspired to steal them.
Penny tiles are popular to cover bathrooms floors as they are not too bold and can be easily paired with many other tile types that you may want to use on the walls. If you want, you can of course, continue with the same tiles on the walls, too, as penny tiles look very nice even when the whole space is clad with them – other tiles won’t! Want an outstanding look? Then make your tiles bolder with contrasting grout.
a neutral contemporary bathroom with marble penny tiles and black grout to add interest
a monochromatic bathroom got more texture with marble penny tiles on the floor and wainscoting
black penny tiles contrast white ones on the walls creating a monochromatic yet very eye-catchy space
a neutral bathroom with a white penny tile floor and white subway tiles plus rich stained wooden items
a contemporary bathroom with a navy penny tile floor and white walls for a contrast
a cozy traditional bathroom with a white penny tile floor, wainscoting and a blue dresser looks cool
Accenting sink zones and spaces is a popular idea, and you can see different backsplashes made of metal, wood, tiles and other materials. Penny tiles are a very nice idea for such a backsplash, even if you aren’t using them anywhere else. Think of bold grout and fixtures and a sink that will all work together.
black penny tiles all over the sink zone covering the vanity itself for a unique look
black penny tiles with white grout look bold and eye-catchy and contrast the white items here
green marble penny tiles with black grout, brass fixtures and wooden frames for a bold look
white penny tiles in the sink zone make it eye-catchy and very modern, the grout matches for a harmonious space
white penny tiles with black grout and fixtures and a brass bowl sink look very chic
black penny tiles with white grout, a stained wooden vanity and a marble countertop for a chic and elegant look
a contemporary bathroom with white penny tiles with black grout, black lamps and fixtures plus a wooden vanity
a contemporary bathroom with white penny tiles and black grout, a floating wooden vanity and a concrete sink
The most popular idea is accentuating the shower and bathtub zone with penny tiles. You can make a bathtub backsplash, which is a popular idea now or even highlight the whole bathtub space with penny tiles to make it catchier. Using penny tiles in the shower space is a great idea to make it a bit different and it’s perfect if you have a walk-in shower. Don’t forget that all your tiles in the bathroom should be in harmony, and check this guide to find out how to do that right!
blue penny tiles with white grout will make your shower space look very seaside or coastal
tan penny tiles paired with brass fixtures make the shower space look very chic and very warming up and welcoming
matte black penny tiles make the dark masculine shower more eye-catchy and more contemporary and fresh
white penny tiles and concrete floors look very eye-catchy, gold fixtures and greenery add chic to the space
white penny tiles in the shower with black fixtures make the space contemporary, bold and very eye-catchy
white penny tiles with black grout used all over the bathroom make the space look very eye-catchy
turquoise penny tiles with white grout in the shower space make the bathroom look bolder
a shower space done with marble tiles and marble penny tiles plus copper fixtures for a vintage touch
a bathtub backsplash made of black and white penny tiles clad in stripes and fresh greenery to enliven the space
bathroom clad with black penny tiles and white grout, with white appliances and a yellow stool
a minimalist space done with black tiles on the floor and white penny tiles on the walls