17 Nov Bathroom Tile Trends for 2019
Looking to refurbish your bathroom but feeling uninspired about what bathroom tiles to choose?
Read on and peruse our top seven bathroom tile trends for 2019…
The metallic trend doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon, and we can understand why. Golds, bronzes, coppers or rose gold tiles will make a dramatic and eye-catching addition to any bathroom. Only tile only one wall in small bathrooms to introduce the drama without making it imposing.
Again, patterned tiles are a popular trend from 2018 that will still be going strong in the new year. Bathrooms are now so much more about personality and you can express it with bold, geometric patterns in black and white, bright, colourful, Mediterranean inspired patterns or hand painted, intricate designs.
Marble effect tiles
Marble tiles in the bathroom have been around for as long as we can remember, and while nothing can beat the real deal, there are some lovely marble effect tiles around that serve as fantastic imitations. If you want to create a classic, high-end look in your new bathroom, go for these.
Use honeycomb tiles to create a beautiful feature wall in your bathroom. You can choose from plain, muted colours such as dark slate or navy; or if you want to add the wow factor, why not go for honeycomb tiles that display contrasting patterns within them.
Think bright turquoise, sea green and even pinks and reds to brighten up any dull space. Again, choose just one half wall to tile or the shower and sink backsplash for small bathrooms, so as not to overwhelm the space.
A continuing trend; for a contemporary look, choose your subway tiles in cool white or navy. Another idea is to deck the bathroom out in white, horizontally placed subway tiles and then vertically place navy subway tiles around the sink or shower space to break the room up add something a little bit different.
Coffee coloured tiles
Think earthy colours such as chocolate and mocha. Colour is definitely in, but ‘natural’ colours can look just as stunning in the right spaces. If you go for an earthier colour such as chocolate or espresso, ensure you have enough light going into your bathroom to bring out the different tones in the tiles.