Tiling can make or break your new bathroom design – there are so many designs and textures of bathroom tiles on the market it can be hard to know where to begin. To help you out, we’ve scoured Pinterest and put together a short list of our favourite bathroom tiling ideas to spark your imagination and find the perfect style for you!
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A touch of gold in these tiles adds a luxurious feel to this feature wall, especially with the matching, wall-hung taps.
The contrast between the grey wall tiles and the patterned blue and white tiles provide a great focal point for the shelf.
What a way to make a bathroom statement! We love the way that these tiles defy gravity to adorn both the floor and wall.
Why not mix and match tile designs just like in this bathroom? The grey ceramic tiles and the wooden effect tiles go surprisingly well together.
Who says tiles have to be square? Mix things up a little bit by opting for odd shaped tiles like these hexagonal ones seen above.
Again, the contrast between two different styles of wall and floor tiles does not detract from the aesthetic of the bathroom – even if you stick to using the same colour scheme!
One of the boldest bathroom tiling ideas is to use very intricate and colourful designs such as these blue and green tiles
Neon colours such as yellow and orange are starting to re-emerge in 2017. If you don’t fancy a very bright tiling design like the geometric yellow tiling above, why not go for a smaller feature wall? You can then pair the colour of your towels accordingly to create small splashes of colour to hold the bathroom design together.
This clever bathroom design mixes and matches different colours and textures and still manages to retain the essence of a singular design. White paint, grey tiles and a brown wooden floor looks classy, traditional and timeless.
This bathroom (from Khloe Kardashian believe it or not…) uses tiles to encase the sunken bathtub, making the room look bigger and more interesting.