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Cover a Worn Wall Replace worn-out wall coverings with paint, glass mosaic tile, chair-rail tile, and subway tile. Glazed porcelain floor tile looks like marble for less than $2 per square foot. View More Try a New Direction Want style on a budget? Get creative with basic white subway tiles. Lay tiles in an unexpected pattern, such as this chevron. Top off the look with bands of decorative trim tiles. The black and white tiles add texture and a modern color contrast to the lower subway tiles. Add Luxury with Tile This transitional look is elegant but not fussy, melding classic and modern styles with allen + roth™ mosaic tile set in a lively vertical pattern below a chair rail. See More Mix and Match Tile Sizes Use tile patterns to define spaces. Here, large square tiles cover the tub surround and the floor. Arrange these tiles on a diagonal to make the bathroom appear larger. Diagonal grout lines create longer lines for the eye to follow. Smaller 4"x4" stone tiles in a lighter shade add texture to the room. Install the smaller tiles in a grid pattern for a larger contrast to the other tiles. Create a Focal Point All eyes are on this pedestal sink and mirror thanks to this mix of horizontal and vertical subway tiles arranged to create diagonal basketweave patterns that meet at the sink. View More Accent with Decorative Tile Keep decorative tiles from becoming overwhelming by using them in small doses, which also saves time and money as decorative tiles can require extra hours for installation and cost more per tile. Create a stylish tub surround with a strip of decorative tiles around the bathtub. Plain walls get a boost from tiles-turned-wall art. Patterned tiles create a one-of-a-kind frame for a plain wall mirror. Limit Tile to the Surround Mix function and style by limiting tile to the tub surround. Tile is an ideal choice for the surround because it's waterproof. Here, a narrow band of accent tiles adds a textured mosaic with a color treat to white subway tiles. View More Create a Tile Border Add drama to a bathroom by mixing textures. Pair the smooth glass mosaic tiles with rough 6"x6" stone tiles to create a sharp contrast. A row of colorful mosaic tiles creates a decorative border. Despite the small size, 1"x1" glass tiles can be easy to work with thanks to 12" x12" net backing that simplifies installation. Shop Backsplashes and Wall Tile


There are so many exciting tile patterns to choose from — and so many ways to use them to a room’s best advantage. No matter how you want to alter the appearance or scale of a room, there’s a tile pattern designed to work for you. Our tile pattern guide will give you examples of ways to tranform your home with tile. One Tile Pattern Two Tile Pattern Three Tile Pattern Multiple Tile Pattern Wall/Backsplash Pattern Borders Key Large Format Patterns Helpful Tools We want your project to be a success and one you are happy with for many years to come. Check out our helpful hints or get help with our tile pattern guide. Helpful Hints Never assume a room is perfectly square – always square off from the center and begin pattern along one edge. To avoid rough edges on tile, always float the floor to a level state before installing tile. Always round to the next highest footage when calculating square footage of tile needed. Random is not a pattern, but a specific look designed by the installer. Most random arrangements need to work on these percentages: 12" x 12" 60% 6" x 12" 40% 6" x 6" 40% When installing tile in a random configuration, the percentages of tile for the three sizes involved do not add up to 100%, in order to allow for different looks through out the installation. These percentages will also allow for coverage needed due to centering of the layout. Modular patterns, if laid according to this guide, will have a solid grout frame every three feet. Each diagram represents nine square feet. A dark outline on the pattern indicates where tiles begin to repeat.


Chrish MartinThese are really great and beautiful designs. I like Shower Tile. That is really awesome design. Thank you for sharing this great ideas.Daniela AdamsThese designs are absolutely beautiful! I love the one in white and blue colors. I love tile, I think it’s the best material for bathrooms and kitchens – it’s so easy to keep it clean and in a good shape.elizabethVery creative ideas and motivation for bathroom vanities. It’s really informative blog aboutbathroom Remodeling.Jessy ShawI really enjoyed looking at all of these designs! My husband and I have been wanting to get some different tile flooring for our master bathroom and I could definitely see some of these designs working for us! I have been doing a lot of research looking for different designs and it has been really fun to see what people have come up with! I will have to run some designs by my husband and hopefully have our project up and running soon!Ultimate KitchensI like your ideas and creation. Bathroom all design is very beautiful. Such a awesome creation. Thank u for sharing this one..Jack MooreWow, those are some really interesting designs! I especially love the smaller hexagons, that’s a atypical design if I’ve ever seen one. I also really like the darker, simple bathroom design, with bright, colorful and ornate tiles in the shower. That adds a nice contrast that makes the shower pop. Thanks for sharing, this will help me as I remodel my bathroom.


8 Stylish Bathroom Tile Ideas These bathroom tile design ideas will take your bath from drab to fab. Explore tile patterns with varying sizes, borders, directions, and textures.


Dal-Tile, a 60 year-old tile company from Dallas, Texas, has a subsidiary named American Olean which specializes in high-end ceramic tiles. We took advantage of American Olean's design portfolio to pass on some killer bathroom tile ideas.


Charleston, S.C., designer Cortney Bishop prefers to use one tile for the entire space as a way to create a cohesive look. If the scale of the chosen tile is too large to use everywhere, Cortney cuts the chosen tile down to scale to maintain the continuity and then creates a spa-like feel by taking the tile all the way to the ceiling.


Shower tile in beige, it's Marazzi's Marfil Cream through-body 12" porcelain tile.  Boring?  It would be, if this were the only tile in the shower. What really saves the day in the inclusion of the wide listello between that Marfil Cream (upper) and the cream-colored octagonal tile along the lower half.


Replace worn-out wall coverings with paint, glass mosaic tile, chair-rail tile, and subway tile. Glazed porcelain floor tile looks like marble for less than $2 per square foot.


Cover a Worn Wall Replace worn-out wall coverings with paint, glass mosaic tile, chair-rail tile, and subway tile. Glazed porcelain floor tile looks like marble for less than $2 per square foot. View More


A stone-looking but completely porcelain tile called Artea Antico from Marazzi.  Sure, it's an ordinary-enough 6" square beige tile with unified backsplash and matching bullnose.   But you don't need to go showy with the tile when the rest of the bathroom elements are understated, too:  the cool white vessel sink, faucet extending from the wall, and simple slab of mirror.  


The most startling feature of Bedrosian's Native series glazed full-body porcelain tile is its shape + size.  Hexagonal tile is usually found in smaller sizes, but here we've got hexagons in large 13.5" x 13.5" sizes. These big tiles work perfectly for bathroom floor or as field tile for showers--both in evidence here. Even though it's not advertised as such, I believe that the square field tiles above the sink/counter are from the Athena series. 


When tiling a shower, Kriste Michelini suggests putting the shower niche on the same wall as the shower fixture. This allows for the main walls to be tiled beautifully with no disruptions or cut outs in the focal wall. In addition, she suggests continuing the bathroom floor tile over the shower curb and into the shower pan to visually expand the floor and keep it clean looking. In this bathroom, the client wanted a beachy vibe, so Kriste uses a mosaic tile on the walls with small white subway tiles on the shower pan. The bottom third of the shower door is frosted for privacy while the top is left clear to allow natural sunlight into the shower. Photo courtesy of Kriste Michelini


Tile is often the most used material in the bathroom — so choosing the right one is an easy way to kick up your bathroom's style. See how top designers create lovely loos with marble, ceramic, porcelain and glass tile.


There’s a reason tile is often the material of choice in the bathroom: it reflects light, it’s durable, it’s easy to clean and it freshens up the space. We’ve assembled a list of bathroom tile ideas to help you get started.

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