Like the white subway tile trend, but cooler!. An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique (especially with contrasting grout) and gorgeous look. Plus, it doesn't show dirt - a win all around!
I love the high-shine factor of this masculine, modern bathroom and I love how the cabinetry matches instead of contrasts the tile. Who knew dark gray could feel so refreshing?
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Bring your vacation home with exotic bathroom tile! This particular bright and bold bathroom tile design was inspired by a trip to Istanbul. The bright blue is playful and fresh, even in a house that's otherwise understated. Look for Moroccan or even Mediterranean style designs as well.
This unique marble look is starkly modern and super sexy. In a house full of toys and drama, this would be quite the oasis for weary parents. A fully glass shower lets the tile shine.
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You'll make your kids' dreams come true with this grown-up take on a mythical theme. Subtle ombre tiling in a mermaid-inspired pattern brings fantasy to your reality, while gold-tone hardware and a white tub are the perfect touches to complete the look.
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Femininity lives on! If you thought pink bathroom tile was over, think again. The pink trend is actually inescapable right now. If you are worried about overkill - use white - white paint, white towels, a white vanity - to bring a welcome freshness to an otherwise dated look.
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Black and white and chic all over... this look is modern and timeless at once. The fun printed tile on the floor and black tub keep the eye moving, adding depth and fun. I can't imagine this bathroom being out of place in any home.
Tranquil yet elegant, this upscale metallic tile look is perfect if you're going for the glam factor. When taking the bling-bling approach, make sure to offset with simpler details throughout. Dazzling metallic subway tiles are a versatile alternative to traditional white tiles, as they can lend a glamorous or industrial style depending on the design of the kitchen.
offers a smart look on walls, floors and ceilings and pairs especially well with brass fixtures and marble sinks. Similar to subway tile, it’s an affordable yet stylish choice, and can be found in any big box home store for practically pennies per square foot. These teeny tiny tiles look just as good in a modern bathroom as in a vintage one, and wherever they are, they add a lovely texture takes penny tile up the walls and over the countertop too, for a look that's interesting and textured and modern.
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Whether you favor ultra-modern or traditional home decor, black and white tile is a timeless combination that works in just about any bathroom.