Tile in the bathroom may be functional, but it’s also one of the most important factors in the room’s overall look and feel. For a bathroom tile design that’s clean, yet still warm and inviting, try these tips.
Mix up shades — Two to five shades of the same color in a random pattern create a cohesive yet visually interesting look. For example, shades of cream lend the room a fresh, airy appeal, without the starkness of pure white.
Add trim — To attractively transition between surfaces, trim the floor with decorative tile that contrasts with the floor color and reflects the color of the walls.
Create architectural interest — The handcrafted look of pillowed-edge tiles works well in rustic designs. Tiles with thinned edges can create a 3D basketweave pattern. Using the same tile in different thicknesses allows for a variety of textured arrangements.
Pay attention to size — Large tile visually opens up a small bathroom, whereas small mosaic tile can brighten a shower wall. For variety, set two tile sizes in alternating stripes.
To find varying shapes, colors, and textures of bathroom tile, contact us at Conestoga Tile, or check out one of our showrooms in Baltimore, MD; Harrisburg, PA; or Sterling, VA.