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Design photos: bathroom tile ideas

Design photos: bathroom tile ideas

A bathroom with geometric tiles


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If your bathroom is large enough, you can easily opt for geometric tiling on the floor or on the walls (not on both, otherwise beware of headaches!) Just to dress the room while giving it maximum of character with a strong coating.

A baroque bathroom with black and white tiles


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To create a baroque atmosphere in your bathroom, you will need:

  • Faucets and antique furniture;
  • From the decor a bit showy;
  • Black and white tiles on the walls to create contrast.

A bathroom, 3 tiles


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To avoid getting tired of the tiles in your bathroom, why not vary the pleasures for a guaranteed visual effect? With, for example, medium slabs of anthracite gray tiles placed in frieze above the bathtub, mosaic tiles in the shower, and small squares of black tiles on the floor!

A bathroom with gray tiles to contrast with the brick


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Brick is a wall covering that always brings a nice decorative touch to a room. Yes but… as it is very porous, in a bathroom, it may be wise to opt for a tile on the wall located behind the bathtub. Here, the gray tiles placed horizontally blend perfectly with the brick wall while providing a nice visual contrast.

A bathroom with stone effect tiles in the shower


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Do you like natural stone as a coating for your bathroom walls? Good news: with stone imitation tiles, you can create a shower with a natural and authentic spirit without necessarily having an XXL budget!

A minimalist bathroom with white brick effect tiles


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In the bathroom, the tiles are not only capable of imitating stone: with brick effect tiles (here in white), you can give character to your bathroom ... but with an easy coating of maintenance and 100% waterproof!

A bathroom with tiling and mosaic


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If you are afraid of getting tired of a bathroom covered with floor-to-ceiling tiles, you can opt for tiles of different sizes, shapes and / or colors. Here, for example, the contrast between large black tiles and small bronze mosaic squares works perfectly!

A contemporary bathroom with gray tiles


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Do you find that in a bathroom, tiling is a practical covering, but it looks a bit dated? Shake up your preconceived ideas, and cover the walls and / or the floor of your bathroom with large slabs of gray tiles (in the shade you want). You will get a bathroom with an elegant look, and above all, it could not be more modern!

An art deco style bathroom with beige tiles on the walls


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If your bathroom has a decoration already well pronounced, do not hesitate to play the appeasement with beige tiles to bring a little softness to the whole.

A tone-on-tone bathroom with colored tiles


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Because tiling is a coating that exists in all possible colors, you can also trust it to create a superb piece of water that will honor your favorite color!

A trendy bathroom with 2 different tiles on the floor and on the wall


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To create a nice stylish effect in a contemporary bathroom, why not choose an aged effect tile on the walls, and a more modern tile on the floor? All enhanced by an XXL round mirror for maximum cachet!

A bathroom with checkered tiles


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The black and white checkered tiles… a classic of the classics, but which always has its small effect. Especially in a 100% black and white bathroom!

A bathroom with marble effect tiles


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Marble is a chic coating that is always a dream. But if you do not have the budget for, why not choose a marble imitation tile that will do the job perfectly ... much cheaper!

A bathroom with XXL tiles


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To bring a maximum of modernity in a bathroom, the mix of light wood furniture and XXL tiles on the floor always works!

A gray and purple bathroom


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This is a mixture of colors that we are not used to seeing in a pond but which works perfectly: gray (here with tiles) married to dark purple that we find in level of vanity unit and bath linen.

A white bathroom with blue mosaic


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To bring a touch of color and originality to a white bathroom, the mosaic friezes are always in good taste.

A sleek bathroom with mosaic tiles in the shower


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If you don't like XXL tiles, let yourself be tempted by the mini mosaic squares in the shower: combined with a wooden floor and white walls, the result is perfect.

A bi-colored bathroom with cement tiles


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The advantage of cement tiles is that they allow you to make the shapes you want: it's all about layout!

A bathroom with imitation cement tiles


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And if you find the cement tiles too fragile for a room prone to humidity like the bathroom, you can absolutely bet on the cement tile effect tiles!

A vintage bathroom with tiled floors


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For a vintage bathroom, nothing like a black and white tile with a 50s motif, and very retro furniture!

A contemporary bathroom with square tiles


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Although it can be found in all possible forms, tiling with large square slabs remains a timeless one that always works well, especially in large rooms.

A dark bathroom with imitation wood tiles on the wall


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Natural stone, cement tiles, wood (here chevron patterns on the wall): tiling is a chameleon material that can imitate everything to perfection.

A Zen bathroom with white tiles


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The winning duo for an atmosphere conducive to rest and relaxation in the bathroom? Immaculate white tiles combined with a Zen decor!

A bathroom in shades of gray


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To go with large marble slabs on the walls of the bathroom, nothing like a tiling all in shades of gray to create a cozy and elegant atmosphere.

A colorful bathroom with a single tiled wall


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To bring a nice play of texture on the wall, the tired concrete effect tiling fulfills its role well in a bathroom!