Shower Tile Ideas Stunning and Standout Tile Designs for Stylish Showers

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Traditional Bathroom with Black Subway Shower Tile Ideas

Wow… Each piece in this traditional bathroom has a characteristic appeal that provides a strong overall look! In the shower area, the black subway tiles surround all the wall spaces to create a sophisticated look with a touch of drama. Using a white grout is a perfect way to highlight the classic running bond pattern! On the floor level, the black and white checkered floor tiles add another layer of texture and enhance the traditional aesthetic perfectly. Standing against the deep black shades, the pink-painted walls and ceiling soften the atmosphere and add a romantic vibe.

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Contemporary Walk-in Shower Design with Green Patterned Floor Tiles

If the term “colorful” pops into your head, you might picture pop art or something silly. Nevertheless, it is also feasible to have opulent interiors with unique color schemes, as in the case of this contemporary bathroom design. The green floor tiles and the pink stacked wall tiles combine with the luxurious harmony of the brass fittings to provide a chic overall design. The white floating vanity has a simple aesthetic that lets the tiles steal the show!

Shower Tile Ideas

In the post-pandemic-induced world, the concept of home and how to design homes in connection to nature were put into question. Even if we get stuck at home disconnected from the outdoors for various reasons from time to time, we can still find escape and treat ourselves within the borders of our home, and interior design has to plaints a significant role in that. Since bathrooms are one of most the visited and shared areas of our homes, showers can be turned into spa-like settings that will slow the time down and refresh us. Shower tile ideas gain importance in this context. You can be creative with shower tile designs to create your dream bathroom that can visually transport you to another time and place.

Stylish & Functional Tile Designs for Showers

Posing as a hybrid somewhere in between an open-plan wet room and a fully enclosed shower cubicle, walk-in showers offer a designer look and functional use with easy access. A sense of luxury and spa-like atmosphere come as a bonus. For the same reason, in walk-in shower areas, shower tile ideas gain even more importance. Additionally, as bathrooms are wet areas, choosing the right materials with certain required features such as non-slippery materials is necessary. That’s why while designing the shower, a balance of beauty and functionality should be the priority. This blog will walk you through multiple shower tile ideas and offer you a guide while navigating your shower room project. So, now let’s explore some design projects.

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Glossy Green Shower Tile Ideas with Brass Details

Colors are always good choices, especially to improve the psychology of the space while upgrading the mood of the space and its users. In this bathroom, green, without a doubt, accomplishes an upgrade of sorts. Adorned by a glossy finish, the green ceramic shower tiles offer a spa treatment skillfully and an intimate feel to the space. Glass doors let us enjoy the beauty of the vertically stacked tiles. Also, the brass fixtures add a sense of charm. Keeping the rest of the bathroom white perfectly emphasizes the impact of the green accent wall while the skylight provides a spacious atmosphere.

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Scandinavian Bathroom with Tiled Tub and Pink Stacked Wall Tiles

Behind an arched doorway, the colorful palette of the bathroom feels alluring and inviting! The yellow-tiled bathtub acts as a sculpture while the same tiles are used for the floor to create a continuous look. At the rear, the pink stacked subway tiles continue through the ceiling. They create a waterfall effect and add more movement to the design. The white shower fixtures which look like an exhibition piece of conceptual art complete the overall design cohesively.

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Contemporary Shower with Terrazzo-Tiled Recessed Niches

In this beautiful bathroom design, the two-toned vertical subway tiles follow each other in harmony! The terrazzo tiles in the built-in niches add pops of color to the otherwise monochrome bathroom. To complement the overall look and keep the rest simple, the matte black shower fixtures add a timeless aesthetic value and a clean look!

How to tile a shower?

While tiling a shower, the first step is to remove the old one by using a hammer and a chisel. After the removal, check what is behind the tiles. If it is the drywalls, then replace them with cement backer boards to prevent mold and moisture. After placing the cement backer boards, your shower area will be ready for the tiling process.


Start with measuring the application area; to do so, multiply the width by the height. Make sure to get some spare tiles in case things go wrong at some point. You can also save the extra ones for the future. Before starting to apply the tiles, you can get cardboard to practice the layout. It is recommended to start from the center and to see how much you need to cut the tiles that are going to be placed at the edges. Then cut the tiles with a tile nipper or a tile hole saw. For the exposed edges, you can use bullnose or trim pieces. Make sure to wear the proper clothes such as long shirts, long pants, gloves, and eye goggles or face shields.

When the tiles are ready, you can continue with the next step, which is applying the thin-set mortar to the application area. By using a trowel spread the mortar to the wall surface. It is also important to use the right trowel notch size. To make sure which one is right for you, check the manufacturer’s recommendation. Also, to leave even spaces between the tiles, use spacers and leave them for about 24-48 hours for the tiles to set completely and dry. After 24-48 hours, you can come back to remove the spacers and start with grouting and sealing.

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Blue Kit Kat Shower Tile Ideas with Matte Black Fixtures

The terrazzo tiles infuse the space with vitality and the navy blue and white contrast makes the bathroom feel more dynamic! The bathroom’s modern appeal is increased by the use of terrazzo tiles for the shower wall and bathtub surround. The white bathtub seems more put together thanks to the white wall tiles, white grout and blue Kit Kat tiles.

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Scandinavian Bathroom Design with Multicolored Shower Floor Tiles

The blue-hued tiles in this Scandinavian bathroom which is dominated by white elements, really stand out! These tiles offer an eye-catching appeal that gives the room depth by extending from the floor through the lower portions of the walls. The white square wall tiles provide a fresh and cheerful ambiance, while the geometric patterns of the tiles reinforce the Scandinavian design. A unified finishing touch is created by the white vanity and the chrome fittings.

Material Options for Shower Tile Ideas

The variety and material options for shower tiles are mind-blowing! Ranging from natural stones to ceramic and porcelain, glass, wood, stone and acrylic panels, each element is unique on its own and brings various qualities and visual impacts with it. Those looking for a natural flavor can benefit from limestone tiles in sand tones that provide comforting aesthetics, porcelains that mimic stone and wood patterns, marble offering a sophisticated finish and slate and cement providing non-slip finishes! Honestly, this list can go on and on and in this blog, we will mainly be looking at marble, glass, ceramics, and porcelain, or in other words, the most popular shower tile materials!

Marble Shower Tile Ideas

It is very common to use natural stones in the slab, tile, and mosaic forms to create a sophisticated feel and deliver a sense of luxury to the space. Marble is one of them that builds up visual drama and a statement finish while exuding elegance and opulence. Especially, book-match marble works as a space-enhancing factor and achieves a uniform look. But, if you wish to make a difference and expect diversity from the design, you can combine different forms of marble such as slabs on the walls and tiles or mosaics for the flooring and the niche.

Especially white-gray marble is very popular and used in abundance in bathroom designs whether with pronounced or less pronounced veins that add movement and a sense of flow to the walls while mimicking the liquid form of water. Also, another aesthetic aspect of natural stones such as marble is their beautiful natural patina within the stone that creates a unique organic vibe spread all over the place.

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Subway Tile Shower Design with Antique Brass Accents

This shower design owes its tranquil atmosphere to the white marble and its delicate unpronounced veins that create subtle beauty. Sticking to the same material both for wall and floor design retains integrity within the space. The antique brass rain showerhead and towel rack add some shine and contribute to warming colors. The beautiful hexagon patterns clad the floor to skillfully differentiate it from the subway-tiled walls.

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Transitional Shower Design with Marble Herringbone Tiles

The protagonist of this stunning shower design is without a doubt the red hue of the mermaid tiles that dominates the space with beautiful energy. The gorgeous fish scale tiles provide therapy for its users through their color and beautiful grout color that adds movement. For the rest, the gray marble herringbone tiles surround the walls and floor to complete the luxurious atmosphere. The antique brass shower hardware reinforces the sense of warming feelings while delivering luxury in the meantime.

How to clean shower tiles?

In the showers, unfortunately, cleaning the tiles themselves is one thing, and cleaning the grout is another, which causes a more demanding cleaning process for a perfectly clean look. Plus, soap scums, mold, and mildew are the most common issues in the bathrooms that require proper cleaning. To clean the grout, you can get products that contain hydrogen peroxide that can dissolve the dirt accumulated in the grout.

Bleach is another key cleaning product. It not only brightens up the tiles and grout but also serves as a disinfectant. Another pro tip is to run hot water for a few minutes to soften the scum and use a mixture of vinegar and water and let it sit for a few minutes and give it time to do its job. Then use a sponge to rub all the dirt and accumulated dead skin. Finish the cleaning by rinsing the tiles with warm water.

As additional information, if you want easy cleaning, the material types and patterns make a huge difference. For texture lovers, especially, the fluted and ribbed surfaces provide great tactility to the walls, which makes them harder to clean. As the gaps attract dust and cause mold, they require extra effort to reach those thin gaps. The glazed tiles, on the contrary, provide easy-to-clean surfaces and are visually pleasing too.

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Contemporary Bathroom Design with White Marble Wall Tiles

Clad in white marble from top to toe, this soothing shower design offers the perfect spot to wash the day off. The neutral atmosphere of the shower almost slows down the time, while the small frameless glass division of the shower provides full transparency and delicacy. The wood-look tiles coat the floors offering extra friction for safety purposes while the large format tiles clad the walls for creative diversity. To evade breaking up the uniform look and keep the attention on the material, the gorgeous stone vanity comes to the front.

Glass Shower Tile Ideas

Thanks to their pore-free skin, glass tiles are easy to clean and maintain as they don’t require any sealing, which makes them favorable. However, the glass is also infamous for being expensive. But if you have the budget, glass can liven up the interior space with its luminous and reflective surfaces. Especially blue glass tiles endow the kitchen with a sense of freshness and liveliness. You can even create a pool-like environment while using glass mosaic tiles.

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Multicolored Glass Penny Tiles for Contemporary Shower

This modern shower room, which has dazzling iridescent mosaics, clearly understands how to give a pleasurable bathing experience. First and foremost, choosing vibrant glass penny round mosaics stands out as a wise design choice. It immediately soothes its users because it was created to send lovely emotions. The shiny aspect of these glass tiles just blends with the glossy finish of the chrome fittings. The white big format tiles add more tranquility and create a relaxing contrast on the floor. After getting out of the shower, users may quickly grab a towel thanks to the wall-mounted towel rack. The indoor plant also helps to create a spa-like ambiance in the space. It provides a breath of fresh air in addition to a sensation of vitality.

Ceramic or Porcelain Shower Tile Ideas

The most popular shower tiles are made of ceramic and porcelain because of their great degree of customization and low cost. They are ideal for shower tiles since they are tough and simple to clean. They are not suggested for shower floors, though, as they become slick when wet.

Porcelains are a stronger version of ceramics because they have additives such as quartz and sand which make them more durable and less water absorbent. Another distinguishing feature of porcelain is that it can mimic natural materials. So, if you don’t want to spend tons of money on natural stones, porcelain tiles offer a great alternative to achieve the same impact without becoming a financial burden. They can mirror wood, marble and stone patterns to achieve a level of authenticity. In technical terms unlike natural stones, they are easy to maintain as they don’t require any regular sealing.

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Attic Bathroom Design with Blue Mermaid Tiled Accent Wall

This eclectic and modern bathroom features a rich variety of materials, ranging from vintage elements to brass touches and elements with an industrial subtext. White blue mermaid tiles create an accent wall in the shower, while their white grout highlights the tile patterns in coordination with the other white details. Chrome plumbing fixtures and towel racks add luxurious elements while the gray bathroom vanity brings a classical feature. The same tile is also used as a vanity backsplash to create a continuous look. Although this attic bathroom has a weird slope on the ceiling, placing the shower under the slope maximizes the functionality. Additionally, the oversized skylight brings natural light into the room and provides a bright and spacious atmosphere.

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Gray Square Shower Tile Ideas with Recessed Niche

The visually pleasing and comforting aesthetics of this sh design are unveiled in various shades of gray and white to offer smooth color changes on the wall and floor surfaces! Adorned by a subtle gray tone, the square bathroom tiles on the walls create a sleek and elegant backdrop for the rest of the bathroom. As you lower your gaze, your eyes encounter the built in niche that provides a space for bathroom essentials while the recessed LED lights highlight the tiled niche area perfectly. On the floor level, the multicolored tiles add depth to the ground contrasting with the upper level of the design. Lastly, the glass door emphasizes the modern character of the bathroom which preserves its visual connection with the rest of the bathroom.

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All-White Contemporary Bathroom Design with Chrome Fixtures

This relatively contemporary shower is clad in white subway tile laid in a grid layout and they expand the visual scheme on the horizontal axis. The chrome plumbing fixtures add a dose of sparkle to soften the all-white look. The black geometric patterned floor tiles add an edgy element. Overall, this bathroom design manages to look modern, classic, and funky. At the same time, white tiled bathroom walls also keep the space feel clean and fresh!

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Beige Bathroom Design with Single Sink Floating Vanity

Adorned by calming soft neutral shades, this transitional bathroom offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere! The beige Zellige tiles are the first thing that draws attention with their glossy finish and tonal variations. These tiles cover the entire wall space starting from the shower through behind the vanity. The small single-sink floating vanity creates a cohesive look with the beige tiles while the terrazzo floor tiles add another layer of texture.

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Contemporary Bathroom with Multicolored Floor Tiles

This edgy and moody bathroom design is sophisticated and immersive and offers an eclectic style where every element harmonizes and acts as one body altogether. The floor-to-ceiling burgundy fish scale tiles blanket the shower wall while white grout adds a slight contrast. The antique brass accents, the multicolored floor tiles and the glass division are other interesting details that evoke interest, enriching the visual scheme and adding more character to the design.

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Gray Stacked Shower Tile Ideas with White Grout

Enriched by a neutral color palette, this contemporary bathroom offers a calming atmosphere! The gray stacked subway tiles provide a sleek and elegant backdrop for the bathroom. The glass shower door adds an open and airy feel to the space while the warm walnut vanity, many sumptuous stones, and curved elements flow together harmoniously. For a final touch, the brass accents are appointed as the jewelry of this bathroom.

Pattern and Texture Options for Shower Tile Ideas

Pattern and texture options for shower tiles include subway tiles, herringbone, hexagon, and penny tiles with which you can act innovatively to build any design you want. Especially penny tiles as they are small give the flexibility to push the boundaries of your imagination. Depending on the complementary elements to use these patterns, you can achieve modern, retro, industrial, fun, masculine, and even classic looks.

Subway Tile Shower

Subway or metro tiles keep being on-trend and continue to clad the walls in bathrooms, kitchens, and many other settings, bringing timeless subtle beauty to the design. As they are available in every material, color, and finish, they enhance the design options significantly. Depending on the other elements complementing them, they can look both modern and classic. For example, to achieve a vintage look, you can use black grout between the white subway tiles. To create extra interest and add more character, you can combine subway wall tiles with patterned tiles on the floor.

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Scandi-inspired Bathroom with Square Subway Wall Tiles

The walls are decorated with bright white subway tiles that complement the floor’s stunning black penny tiles. A ballet of contrasts—black fixtures and a concrete top with a wooden shelf on the vanity—emerges among this monochrome symphony. This neatly constructed undershelf provides extra storage in addition to blending in with the main design scheme. A white vessel sink completes a room where each feature works together to create a calm and effortlessly fashionable retreat with an unobtrusive touch of elegance and simplicity.

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Pink Subway Shower Tile Ideas with Glossy Finish and Black Accents

Enriched by a romantic and feminine vibe of the pastel pink hue, this transitional bathroom offers a vintage appeal with a glamorous touch. For the shower area, the pink subway tiles surround the shower walls to create a nice textural look. The basketweave patterned marble floor tiles enhance the luxurious sense of the room while the antique bronze fixtures perfectly reflect the characteristic appeal of the vintage style. For the rest of the bathroom, the marble-topped vanity, metallic framed mirror, wall sconces, and small decors make a cohesive final touch that enhances the retro vibes.

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Transitional Bathroom with Blue Subway Wall Tiles and Vintage Details

Featuring a muted blue shower tile choice, this energizing bathroom design gives multiple options thanks to the walk-in shower design! The blue subway tiles wrap around the walls while the classic running bond pattern creates the perfect backdrop that is edgy and visually appealing. As the tiles are laid in a running-bond style, they add movement to the space to expand the visual scheme on the horizontal axis. Additionally, the built-in wall niche is emphasized by the bathroom essentials while the brass finish fixtures complete the blue tile with a glamorous and expert touch.

How to grout shower tile?

After installing the shower tiles, the next step is to apply the grout to fill in and finish the tile joins. For shower tiles, what you need is waterproof grout. You can get premixed versions or get the power and arrange the mixture yourself. During the next steps, what you need includes a grout float, sponges, warm water, and a soft cloth.

Once you are ready, start applying the grout with a grout float across the tiles and wipe the float diagonally at a 45-degree angle. By using the edge of the float, you can remove the excess. After finishing spreading the grout, clean the surface with a wet sponge, and let the grout set for 20-30 minutes.

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Blue Vertical Subway Tiles with Built-in Niche and Black Fixtures

If you have a white alcove bathtub in your bathroom but want to add a pop of color, you can easily achieve this aim without buying a new tub. Tiles will let you accomplish this more quickly and affordably! For instance, the blue stacked subway tiles in this modern bathroom stretch from the wall behind the tub into the tub surround to give the area a well-lit appearance. In order to balance the bold colors in this bathroom, the walls are painted white.

Herringbone Tile Shower

Herringbone patterns which have been utilized in interior design since Ancient Rome as floor tiles, are today accessible in a wide range of hues and materials. They are one of the most often used cladding materials for walls and floors in contemporary and transitional designs!

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Gray Herringbone Shower Tile Ideas with White Grout

Utilizing gray bathroom floor tiles is a terrific way to provide a sleek and gorgeous foundation for your space because gray is one of the most versatile colors. The white floating vanity and the white herringbone wall tiles in this contemporary bathroom contrast nicely with the light gray terrazzo floor tiles. The dark gray herringbone tile dominates the walls and tub surround in the shower area to provide a focal point.

Hexagon Tile Shower

Known alternatively as honeycomb tiles, hexagon tiles are frequently utilized in a variety of ways in kitchen and bathroom decor. In order to provide a feeling of fun and to give the wall more dimension and movement, they are occasionally given an unfinished finish that makes them appear like jigsaw pieces. Another well-liked technique for experimenting with hexagonal tiles to provide variety and color transitions to a wall is ombre. Thirdly, they expand the possibilities available to homeowners since they may be combined with other geometric forms like cubes and diamonds!

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Marble Hexagon Shower Tile Ideas with Wood Vanity

The guests of this modern bathroom are never let down by its abundance of hues which include a combination of gray, pink, white, and wood. But rather than the fabric itself, attention is drawn to the patterns and colors! The bathtub is deftly incorporated into the room’s second half, seeming almost concealed as the pink cement tiles rise to cover the tub’s midsection. To maintain visual connectedness, a glass partition with full transparency separates the bathtub from the vanity. The wood vanity supports the marble hexagon backsplash, which gives the bathroom a natural feel.

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Pink Hexagon Wall Tiles with Blue Vanity Design

One of the best color combinations to feel the enthusiasm for before starting the day is pink and blue! These hues will also give you a dynamic boost after a hard day. The bathroom surrounds you with soothing sentiments owing to the curved and organic lines of the interior which include soft pink hexagon tiles and brilliant color accents. To provide visual interest to the entire aesthetic, the blue vanity design shines out among the soft pink tones. The walk-in shower’s use of transparent glass doors strikes the ideal balance between the intricacy of the many colors and textures and creates an open, spacious feeling in the room.

How much does it cost to tile a shower?

The cost depends on the size of the shower and the material of the tiles, but usually, it costs $10- 25 per foot. Overall, it varies between $ 550 and $ 2000 more or less.

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Black and White Hexagon Shower Tile Ideas with White Floor

While white hexagons extend across the backsplash area to give a clear backdrop, the black and white hexagon shower decorative tiles serve as an accent and make a bold statement! White shower floor tiles make the room seem uniform. Contrarily, the white top on the handcrafted wood vanity adds warmth to the space and breaks up the color palette.

Penny Tile Shower

Penny tiles, also known as penny round tiles, have a beautiful visual impact in bathrooms, where homeowners and designers find them easy to experiment with! They are available in ceramics, glass, porcelain, marble, and metal. Also, they achieve multiple impacts ranging from minimalist aesthetics to masculine, industrial, and retro feel. Additionally, since they are small they can create various patterns. For example, when creating accent walls, emphasizing wall niches, and wide stripes to accentuate certain corners of the bathrooms, penny tiles are great for making a statement.

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White Penny Tiled Walk-in Shower Design with Built-in Bench

The organic design’s contemporary and beautiful look instantly provides your bathroom with a fresh feel. The ambiance is uniform and smooth thanks to the gray penny tiles that cover every surface, including the walls and the floor. More than just a convenient bathing area, the built-in seat and nook are ingeniously incorporated. The straightforward layout and use of a monochromatic color scheme in this shower are excellent for people who enjoy a clean and unadorned appearance.

What size tiles are best for a shower?

The best size for the tiles is dependent on the width of the shower zone. The smaller the shower area is, the smaller the tiles should be. While homeowners can act freer when choosing the tile sizes for the shower walls, it is different for the flooring for safety and other technical reasons.

First of all, the smaller the tiles are, the more grout lines provide more friction on the floor, which makes the ground less slippery. You can, for example, consider 1-inch by 1-inch mosaic tiles for shower flooring that also introduce intimacy and built-up connections between the tiles and tiles and feet. Aside from that, the size tiles can reach up to 4-inch by 4-inch.

As for the shower walls, large format tiles are very much welcome especially if you have a spacious shower room. The tile sizes can reach up to 15-inch by 30-inch range. Plus, as they are easy to clean and bring less grout with them, they have become more popular.

Additionally, in technical terms, it is recommended for tiles to have a resistance rating of R13 in wet areas such as shower floors or shower rooms in general. For safety reasons, ceramics and porcelain tiles are the best options at least for floor coating. They can get slippery when wet.

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Small Scandinavian Bathroom with Red Penny Wall Tiles

In this shower design, covering the walls in red penny round tiles creates an invigorating backdrop and textured surface! This exciting color not only energizes the space but also adds a sense of calmness. But in case you would like to add further contrasts, you can benefit from black fixtures which add depth between red penny round tiles with white grout. For a final touch, an eye-catching pattern is given by the penny floor tiles.

Patterned Tile Shower

Including patchwork prints, stunning cement tiles, and Moroccan-style tiles that carry a Mediterranean breeze, patterned tile showers are great for creating accent walls and spotlighting the niches. If you are a pattern lover, you can also clad the whole shower room with patterned tiles. This way you can create a sense of integrity and make the shower itself a statement piece. Or, for small areas, you can benefit from mismatched handcrafted tiles for a more authentic look.

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Yellow and Gray Patterned Shower Tile Ideas with Midcentury Flair

Contemporary and sleek, geometric patterned shower wall tiles know how to entertain the space! Enriched by the contrast of gray and yellow, these tiles provide an accent wall for the shower room and add a midcentury vibe. To balance the busy pattern of the square tiles, the floor is clad in black herringbone patterns. It gives the ground a statement finish while the matte black showerhead complements the black tiles to make the design more approachable!

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Scandinavian Bathroom with Mediterranean-inspired Floor Tiles

The center of attention is the colorful red and orange Moroccan-style tiles! Using these tiles for both the floor and the backsplash creates a seamless appearance and the addition of the red towel heightens the effect of the colors. The medium toned wood vanity harmonizes with the warm tones of the tiles while the white herringbone wall tiles provide a bright and airy atmosphere!

What color tile is easiest to keep clean?

The light colors are easier to clean for various reasons. First, they show the stains and dirt without it getting accumulated. Thus reminding you that you need to clean them regularly. Eventually, it saves you from putting in extra energy as you clean them regularly.

As additional information, in terms of material and texture, large-format tiles, porcelain, glass, and glazed or polished tiles are easier to clean when compared to textured ones.

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Mediterranean Bathroom with Colorful Tiles

The Spanish breeze occupies this beautiful shower room rich in colors and textures where sun, sky, and earth references pull the whole design scheme together in muted and more natural flavors. In the shower, patterned tiles create an eye-catching look with a built-in bench. Lastly, the floor is clad with different patterned tiles which support the Mediterranean feel and the gentle Spanish flair.

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