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Bathroom Shower Tile Ideas to Create a Clean and Relaxing Space

The way a wall can dramatically change the look of your living room is the same way your bathroom shower tile has the power to have you asking, “Wait a minute, am I in the wrong bathroom?”

Maybe you’ve come back from vacation where you spent time at an expensive hotel or maybe you had to stay at someone else’s house for a few days and now, your bathroom no longer appeals to you. That’s okay, it’s something you can fix easily. Not sure what to do? All you want is for it to look better, right? We’ve got you covered. Here are 12 bathroom shower tile ideas you would love.

Sea-inspired Tiles
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Mosaic Tiles

The beauty of mosaic tiles cannot be exaggerated. They usually have intricate designs that can make your bathroom pop. They can also be used to create illusions. There are a lot of options to choose from but one thing is sure – they all look great. They are suitable for both wall and floor use. Mosaic tiles are generally easy to maintain and will give your bathroom the much-needed upgrade.

Mosaic Tiles
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Inlaid Stone Tiles

Walking through a garden path, you can’t help but notice the pretty stones laid on the ground. Now, imagine running your hands across those stones even as you shower. Inlaid stone tiling is a great way to add texture to your otherwise plain bathroom wall. They have a way of making it look polished and they look nice with their ever so slight color variations.

Inlaid Stone Tiles
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Sonoma Tiles

Sonoma tiles are available in different styles and patterns. Since they are heavily patterned, you should use them sparingly in your design. For instance, they can be used for the design of paneled tile shelves or flooring alone. You should also ensure your bathroom accessories are not heavily patterned.

Sonoma Tiles
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Retro Style Tiles

Can retro ever be out of style? This is a bathroom shower tile idea you can use for a long time. There’s no fear of being out of trend. If your style is retro, you should know by now that there’s no one-way retro tiles look. This means there are always options to pick from. It’s great when this retro-style moves beyond your bathroom and into the rest of your home. You can make a bold statement with it.

Retro Style Tiles
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Two-Toned Tile Pattern

Two-toned tiles are lovely and can set the tone for your bathroom. They are great for using two colors in your bathroom without stress. When they are in light colors, they make the room feel more spacious than it is.

Two-Toned Tile Pattern
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Two-Toned Tiles
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Beach Pebbles Tiles

Enter your bathroom and get reminded of the coastal areas even when it’s not summer. Beach pebble tiles give your bathroom character compared to plain tiles. Though they are not the easiest to maintain, the look they give your bathroom makes the effort worth it. They are better suited for your bathroom walls and not your floor because of their texture.

Beach Pebbles Tiles
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Beach Pebble Bathroom Tiles
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Patterned Shelving Unit

Using patterned tiles to fully tile a bathroom can be hard to pull off. If done wrongly, they can be quite overwhelming and make the room look cramped. Minimal use of patterned tiles is encouraged to ensure balance. You can combine both plain and patterned tiles in your bathroom shower. The plain tiles would be the main ones used for the floor and walls while the patterned tiles would be used for the built-in shelving units on the wall.

Patterned Shelving Unit
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Sea-inspired Tiles

You don’t have to live in a beach house to have a sea-inspired theme going on. It’s true you might not want to use that theme everywhere in your home but your bathroom is a safe space and you’re allowed to do as you want. There are many things to be inspired by on the beach. It can be by the color of the sea, the waves, beach sand, and even seashells. With these sea-themed tiles, you’re bound to spend more time taking a shower.

Sea-inspired Tiles
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Faux Wood Tiles

Using real wood for your bathroom can be a bit difficult since it requires a special kind of finishing. That does not mean you have to give up on the look you’ve imagined for your bathroom. You can always use faux wood tiles. They give you that outdoor bathroom look you want without you having to worry about moisture resistance. It’s a win-win.

Faux Wood Tiles
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Black and White Tiles

You can never go wrong with black and white tiles. They can come as patterned or herringbone tiles. With both types, care has to be taken when choosing other bathroom accessories.

Black and White Tiles
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Metallic Tiles

With so many types to choose from, your only problem will be resisting the temptation to use them all. Silver, gold, bronze, or copper, they all shine. They are not so popular yet so you might want to be the first amongst your friends to use them. If you’re looking for something unique, this is your best bet. They have different styles and finishing and depending on how you use them, they just might be what you need to give yourself a luxurious-looking bathroom.

Metallic Tiles
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Metallic Bathroom Tiles
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Abstract Design Tiles

With abstract design tiles, you can expect a fresh look in your bathroom. It’s easier to add a pop of color or several colors without it being overwhelming. You might want to leave this to be installed by professionals to ensure it is done well.

Abstract Design Tiles
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Is your head already brimming with images of what your upgraded bathroom will look like? Sure, it is. Your bathroom is supposed to be one of your favorite places in the house and you should make it match your taste. Some of these bathroom show tile ideas are more expensive than others but any one of them will make you cherish shower time like never before.

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