Today’s Bathroom Tile Trends
Tile is an affordable way to add value to your home. If you’re planning a bathroom remodel in the coming year, here are some bathroom tile trends you’ll want to explore.
In 2019, all those big, bold colors are making way for more neutral tones. Check out tile in a gray or beige as they are complimentary to almost every bathroom design. And white remains popular, as it always brings a brightness to the space.
Tile manufactures are playing around with shapes when it comes to bathroom tile. Hexagon tiles are making a comeback in various sizes, and work well on both shower and bathroom floors.
Large Subway Tiles
Subway tile is always popular, so give it a spin and try large-format subway tiles. Some subway tiles have dimensions as big as 8-inches by 20-inches! Master the art of subway tile with these tips and tricks.
Wood Plank Tile
Porcelain tiles made to look like wood are showing up in bathroom flooring. These tiles offer water and stain resistance and are available in a variety of finishes to make them look like everything from oak and maple to cherry.
Marble tile isn’t just for high-end homes and mansions these days. Now homeowners have access to a variety of affordable marble bathroom tile options to give any bathroom an upscale look. Check out marble tiles in neutral, soft and subtle tones in larger tiles, which work well for bathroom floors.
While it may not be for everyone, metallic tiles will be popular in bathrooms in the coming year. Try using metallic tiles in a powder room to give it that wow-factor.
Black Subway Tile
If you love the look of subway tile, consider going with black instead of white. Black subway tiles offer a look that’s familiar, but with an unexpected twist.
Long, Narrow Tiles
Another modern take on traditional subway tiles, 2019 will be a big year for long, narrow shapes. Try long, rectangular tiles on walls around a tub or in a walk-in shower.
Instead of going horizontal with tile, try going vertical. Vertical tiles give bathrooms an unexpected, yet modern look. Vertical layouts can also make a small bathroom appear larger.
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