There are as many ways to tile a shower as there are types and colors of tiles. The only must-follow design rules are to select bathroom tiles that are waterproof and durable and to ensure that they are grouted properly. Dress up your bathroom shower tile with one of these inspiring design concepts. We have shower tile ideas that will stand out, blend in, and complement your existing bathroom features.
Give More Splash With Neutral Shower Tiles Nuance In Bathroom
Shower tiles with a dynamic graphic overlay serve as a wake-up call to groggy morning shower-goers, but white surrounding walls can easily wash them out. The designers of this bathroom avoided the common design faux pas by using navy-colored walls to draw focus to shower walls covered in complementary 13-by-13-inch ceramic tiles with a one-of-a-kind snowflake pattern.
Add a special touch to the sidewalls of a walk-in shower, or the bathroom walls surrounding a standalone tub with the addition of shower tiles with a woven pattern. Resembling the warp and weft of threads, these 12.2-by-12.2-inch basketweave marble tiles make the room seem more intimate and inviting.
With their soft sheen and variegated hues, marble blue sea shower tiles mimic the look of ripples of water flowing across your shower even when the faucet is off. Here, 4-by-12-inch honed marble tiles from MSI are paired with gold grout to achieve a luxurious look.
Out Of The Woods
The real wood paneling tiles weaken in the face of the water. The water-proof wood lookalike porcelain tile used in this bathroom can withstand a high-moisture environment without swelling or warping. Also pictured, the 6-by-24-inch dapple gray shower tiles can double as bathroom floor tiles for head-to-toe, back-to-nature beauty.
Crazy for Color
Don’t be bashful about using bold colors in the bath; they instantly energize the space. When surrounded by white walls, these 3-by-6-inch multi-toned green tiles make bathtime feel like taking a stroll through the park.