People have been sharing their latest tiling inspirations on social media recently and the results are quite amazing. Far from the typical white, square tile of old, nowadays there are three-dimensions, faux marble and even distressed wood featuring in our bathrooms.
If you are thinking about redecorating your bathroom and are looking for something a little different then you are certainly in the right place.
Be inspired with our top tiling ideas for bathrooms:
Going back to nature, even if the actual tile is not made of wood, is one of the top tile trends at the moment. The tiles mimic the grain and texture of natural wood and make it very hard, from a distance, to tell the difference. The real difference is that unlike natural wood, these tiles do not suffer from damp in places where there is a lot of moisture.
Tiny little mosaic tiles look cute and gorgeous but there comes a time when only huge and over-sized will do. These large format tiles show beautiful clean lines and expand any space, thanks to less grouting. They make the smallest of rooms look instantly bigger.
Danxia Black from toppstiles.co.uk
We’d all like to feel like a Greek God, lazing in our bathrooms, lying back against the exquisite marbles surroundings. But marble is a fragile beast and out of most people’s price range. Step forward a suitable replacement, faux marble, tiles that look just as stunning and much more user-friendly.
Arabescato Tile from toppstiles.co.uk
Add an extra dimension and further interest in your bathroom with tiles that look as if they are popping out of the walls. These tiles from the Materia Project collection look cobbled and give the walls a raised textural feel. Any tiles with extra relief, designs with added dimensions draw the eyes to them and you don’t need anything else to give your space any more visual effects.
Deco 01 Tile from Materia Project from nemotile.com
If you are after an authentic product that is not only environmentally friendly but adds a real touch of nostalgia to your bathroom, then take a look at these tiles from Everitt & Schilling. Their Horsetooth tile collection are unique in their textures, colours and grains.
Horsetooth Tiles from eandstile.com
Metro tiles were the tile to go to last year, and still are very popular, thanks to the easy design and many colours they come in. This brick, shaped tile looks amazing in a matt or gloss finish, and equally stunning in one colour block or several.
Diamante Teal Tile from toppstiles.co.uk
Finally, the most popular trend right now is the Moroccan look, probably because it is so effective and there are so many designs you can use. The tiles themselves come with gorgeous shapes and colours and have rustic glazes or high gloss finishes. Be instantly transported to a Moroccan street market on a sunny day with these fabulous tiles.
Kyle Timothy Blood Tiles from Mosaic House