Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 14th , 2017.
Rubber. Water splashes and dropped curling irons are no problem for heat- and water-resistant rubber floors. Plus, the surface isn’t slippery and it’s soft and springy underfoot. Fun and contemporary, this resilient floor is available in a wide range of colors, which run all the way through the material. It’s also easy to install and a snap to clean.
Sheet vinyl. This seamless option is a favorite for high-traffic baths that tend to get splashed. Generally available in 6- or 12-foot-wide rolls, sheet vinyl comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood.
From luxe materials to new takes on old favorites, this year’s tile trends are a reflection of the growing demand for personalized design throughout the home, even in utility spaces. So whether you’re planning a bathroom overhaul or simply dreaming about your someday sanctuary, grab some inspiration from these stunning, artistic takes on bathroom tile. Who knows? You might just become a #tilephile, too.
If you’re especially crazy for color, try a mosaic tile backsplash in an array of hues. The key to pulling off this look is keeping the rest of the space fairly neutral. In this bathroom, white walls and a sleek, white vanity let the tilework take center stage.
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