Tiles are a staple of the bathroom setup, and the possibilities are how to use to endless. This year, to see how much the new tile trends, to meet just about any design style, from minimalist to maximalist.
To inspire you swipe to the top for ideas for your next bathroom renovation (and how your tile obsession grows, look at this kitchen tile ideas also).
Gone are the days of tiled floors blend into the background of the room. In the year 2017, you will see the return of patterned tiles, perhaps reflective of this year’s renewed focus on craft and craftsmanship.
If in 2017, a shape could it just be honeycomb. Designers are always geometric, the to appear with your tiles, with honeycomb (aka hexagon) shapes in the tiled floors and walls. This bathroom from Laurel & Wolf has grey floor tiles with navy borders, the echo-Marine-blue-wall.
Pattern is not painted on tiles are the only way to inspire with tiles. Designer put together intricate designs with a variety of colorful, geometric tiles meant that the eye on first glance, as in this bathroom in a Laurel & Wolf house.
Although the color is certainly trending this year, with earthy tones such as chocolate brown is a solid option for those who prefer a more neutral color palette. In this home of the Polish home, the floor is brown tiles are dark, the add dimension to the neutral space. You can also expect to have matte finishes to compete with shiny this year.
Long Narrow Subway Tiles
If the honeycomb tile trend-proof, this year, all of the atypical brick forms. Instead of the classic metro tile, this year, long and narrow tile appears in the bathroom as an elegant alternative.
Fish Scale Tile
The fish-scale-trend for the first time in 2016, but it is still reigning strong in 2017 with a fashionable bathroom, such as these from home Polish. Fish-scale tiles add an element of dimension and offer a softer look for the homeowner who wants to prevent, a box-shaped appearance.
If you tile tired of the horizontal U-Bahn to go to the only place! Vertical tiles can be staggered for an unexpected, modern aesthetics, you can visually expand the space. This particular bathroom used different shades of gray to capture the attention of visitors.
Of course, 2017 is all about the green. But just about every color appears in tiles this year as a bright, cheerful bathroom trend for color-lovers. In this bathroom, vibrant green paired with muted, natural elements (like the wooden sink, and window) for a balance of colorful and carefree style.