Innovative ways to use Tiles in your Bathroom
As feature walls go, this lasting trend has helped to define many spaces, setting them aside from other rooms in the house. With a growing love of contrasting pattern and texture, using different tiles to create a feature wall or zone an area in a room can help to achieve outstanding spaces. We have hand-picked a few of our bathroom projects that use tiles in innovative ways, creating striking schemes with splashing out on colour.
With a tasteful pattern arrangement in neutral, textural tones, an elegant look in this walk-in shower has been attained (designed by Amberth, tiles from Domus).
When it comes to choosing your colour scheme, the bathroom is one place you can be adventurous. Think of this room as a getaway, a place to relax at the end of a long, busy day. Therefore, why not use those black tiles you have been admiring, to achieve that nestling feel you desire. This black bathroom cleverly uses brighter tiles to contrast the look and avoid it feeling too dark (designed by Amberth, Tiles from Domus).
There is nothing wrong with sticking to neutrals, it doesn’t have to be boring. An interesting patterned wall is all you need to set the tone in your bathroom/shower-room. Choose a wood veneer vanity to warm up the grey (designed by Amberth, Tiles from CA’Pietra Stone).
To achieve a distinctive look, be inventive with the shape of your tiles. These grey hexagonal wall tiles instantly provide this shower area a fresh look, highlighting them further with the use of copper and marble fittings (designed by Amberth, Tiles from Tower Ceramics).
Keep things simple if that’s what you prefer, but play around how the tiles will be laid. We used a herringbone tile layout with mini metro tiles.
As much as we love a bright bold feature wall, these simple, standout design schemes prove that a BOLD feature need not be wild and wacky, but bold and elegant (designed by Amberth (Hexagon Tiles from Domus and mini metro tiles from, Tower Ceramics).
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