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34 Trendy Stacked Tile Ideas For Bathrooms
Tiles are a timeless and perfect solution for a bathroom, they are always on due to their functionality, durability and a nice look. There are many types of tiles, shapes, colors and patterns and many layouts to try, too, so you can easily make your bathroom special and eye-catchy. Today we are discussing an edgy type of layout: stacking, and how to use it in bathrooms but first
What Tiles Can Be Stacked?
The tiles themselves can be different: subway, skinny ones, large scale square ones and many others, so you’ll easily find an option that suits your vision. The most popular idea for stacking is skinny tile because they don’t look bulky clad like that. The color is up to you, there are all kinds of shades and you may also go for wood-inspired or marble tiles for more interest. Make a bold touch in the space with contrasting tiles or go for matching ones for a serene feel. Contrasting and metallic grout can also make your stacked tiles stand out a lot.
a bathroom clad with mint skinny stacked tiles, white terrazzo tiles on the floor, a floating vanity with a built-in bench
a bold contemproary bathroom with skinny white and mismatching green skinny tiles plus a grey mosaic tile floor
a catchy mint-colored bathroom with navy stacked tiles, two mirrors, a floating vanity and a round sink and a window for natural light
a catchy modern bathroom with bold blue stacked tiles, white hex tiles on the floor, a neutral vanity and white appliances
a chic bathroom with a large shower space clad with green stacked tiles, with a bench and niches in the walls, a dark-stained floor and windows for natural light
What Styles Can Welcome Stacked Tiles?
Stacked tiles are a nice solution for many styles: mid-century modern, contemporary, minimalist, Scandinavian, they give an edgy and bold look to anything. They won’t work well in a vintage space, though as this type of layout is for more modern spaces.
a chic contemporary bathroom with a grey floor, a blue and navy skinny tile wall and brass touches looks chic
a chic contemporary bathroom with grey tiles on the floor and white skinny tiles on the walls plus niches
a contemporary bathroom with grey stacked tiles and grey terrazzo ones, an oval tub, a potted plant and some black decor pieces
a contemporary bathroom with matte black skinny tiles on the wall plus a floating wood and marble vanity
a contemporary bathroom with stacked white tiles and grey terrazzo ones, a floating vanity, a shower and a tub
a mid-century modern bathroom with stacked skinny tiles and penny ones, a stained vanity, a round mirror and a potted plat
a mid-century modern bathroom with stacked white tiles, black penny and hexagon ones, a wooden stool and brass touches
What Are Pros and Cons Of Stacking Tiles?
The main advantage is that you get a super contemporary and sleek look that will make your bathroom stand out. Such layouts elongate or widen the space visually, which is another plus in our world of small spaces. Stacking tiles is easier than creating other layouts, which means you can do the job yourself.
Stacks can seem “boxy” a bit, some homeowners may be not happy with the look, so if you are going to sell your home some day, keep it in mind. When this trend leaves, such a layout may seem outdated, which is another disadvantage.
a mid-century modern bathroom with white stacked tiles, wooden beams, a ribbed vanity and black fixtures
a minimalist bathroom done with grey tiles and white skinny stacked ones for an eye-catchy touch
a minimalist bathroom with a skylight, stacked white tiles and large scale black ones, a black vanity, an oval sink and a potted plant
a modern bathroom with grey stacked skinny tiles, a blonde wood vanity with a white countertop, brass fixtures and copper sconces