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25 Ways To Mix And Match Tiles In Bathrooms
We usually don’t use the same type of tile all over the bathroom and mix them up using some on the walls, some on the floor and maybe some more for accenting. How to mix and match bathroom tiles right to achieve a cool and not tasteless look? Here are some tips.
Pick your must have tile first and then look for a match. Typically when we start a bathroom renovation we have one tile that we dream of including in our design. Sometimes it is a really special or unique accent tile and sometimes it is as simple as knowing that you want white subway tile. Rock not more than three different tiles to achieve a stylish look – too many different tiles won’t bring elegance. Consider maintenance: tiles made from natural stone require more maintenance and do have to be sealed. Bathrooms are very wet areas and you may want porcelain or ceramic tile since they are almost maintenance free. Now let’s take a look how to mix and match.
Same Color, Different Tiles
If you want to achieve a timeless bathroom design, this is the look for you. Floors and walls are draped in the same color tile, yet different sizes and maybe different shapes are used on the walls to break up the consistency and to create interest and intrigue. The space looks cohesive yet not boring at all.
white tiles - subway ones on the walls and hex penny tiles on the floor for a soothing and calming look
white marble tiles - graphic ones on the floor and square ones on the walls create a harmonious and cohesive space
the same green color and different sizes of tiles with white grout for a relaxing and soothing little bathroom
same grey stone tiles - longer and narrow ones on the walls and large ones on the floor
neutral tiles - square ones and penny hex tiles an accent with blue and white mosaic tiles over the sink
Carrara marble tiles on the walls and floor, smaller ones and larger ones on the floor for a neutral look
grey marble tiles - square ones on the walls and penny hex tiles on the floor create a chic and neutral combo for a bathroom
An Accented Floor, Plain Walls
This is an effective way to get creative with your tiles and make the floor the hero of the space, besides it’s a very trendy idea that you may often see today. Wall tiles are kept plain and subtle allowing the floor to shine and stand out.
a neutral bathroom with white subway tiles and large grey tiles on the floor that stand out in these light shades
black and white graphic tiles on the floor, white subway tiles with black grout on the walls in a walk-in shower
black hex penny tiles and white subway tiles create a bold look, and wood adds warmth and intrest to the space
black marble tiles on the floor bring luxury and chic, and white marble tiles on the walls just add to it
bold blue and yellow mosaic tiles on the floor set the tone in the bathroom, and white tiles on the wall just calm them down
bold mosaic tiles with catchy patterns and white tiles on the walls that accent the floors even more