5 Quick and Easy Bathroom Tile Ideas For Every Home
Your bathroom should be a tranquil place where you can seek out refreshment and rejuvenation. Whether you spend 5 minutes or 50 minutes in this room, it should be a place which inspires as well as rejuvenates you. In this post, we’ll take a look at 5 bathroom tile ideas that you can put into practice in a fun and easy way.
When you’re looking at choosing tiles for your bathroom, the best thing to do is to divide up the different areas in your bathroom.
5 Areas to Focus on:
- The shower walls
- The main shower floor
- The floor next to the tub
- The bathroom mirror and sink backsplash area
- The main bathroom walls
By doing this, you’ll be able to come up with a theme for your bathroom.
The Shower Walls
The shower walls should reflect what’s happening within the shower and the feel you want for your bathroom: organic, contemporary, classic, traditional, modern, mid-century or spa like. As shown below, you could install mother of pearl tiles to mimic the feel of a luxurious spa.
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The Main Shower Floor
For this region, you may want to consider selecting neutral color tones for a classic look. The shower shown below features a seamless design. The carrara marble mosaic tiles are carried out from the shower floor to the rest of the master bathroom floor for a classic and elegant design.
The Floor Next to the Tub
If you have a tub and want to create a unique landing pad next to it, consider selecting materials that will match with your shower walls and floors.
The Bathroom Mirror and Backsplash Area
Just like a kitchen backsplash, the bathroom should have a backsplash since this is one of the most heavily used parts of the room. For this region, a couple of suggestions we have are white marble subway tiles, square honed Carrara marble tiles, or marble hexagons as shown below. Don’t forget to add a tile border in this area, and feel free to splurge on an exquisite type of tile given the fact that a backsplash isn’t that big of an area to begin with.
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The Main Bathroom Walls
Instead of leaving the main walls bare, you could waterproof them and make them look as good as the rest of the room by installing wood or tile wainscoting. This essentially means that you’ll tile the whole area from the floor to about 42 inches.
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