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Trends in Modern Bathroom Tiles

Trends in Modern Bathroom Tiles
Refurbishing a bathroom offers the perfect opportunity to renew the environment in one of the most important rooms, so often forgotten. Carefully selected modern tiles will help you to completely transform the bathroom into an elegant space that is true to your vision.

In this chapter, we will introduce you to the latest trends in bathroom tiles and offer some ideas and suggestions for the perfect balance between style and functionality.

Latest trends

Large, minimalist tiles

One of the most striking trends is the use of large, minimalist tiles. They cater for an elegant and clean look, while making cleaning and maintenance easier.
Larger tiles, i.e. 120x278, mean less joints and create a sense of continuity and enlarged space.
These modern bathroom tiles lend uniformity and simplicity to small spaces.

Natural textures and effects

Natural textures and effects, i.e. resembling wood, stone or marble, are also in vogue. These tiles add a touch of sophistication and warmth to your bathroom decor.
They can be combined with other materials, such as metal or glass, for an interesting contrast.
For example, a tile mimicking light wood can be combined with stainless steel elements or large mirrors, in a harmonious mix of natural and industrial elements.

Neutral and earthy colours

Colours are also crucial for modernising the bathroom. Nowadays, the trend is the palette of neutral and earthy colours, such as grey, beige and shades of brown.
These colours foster a calm and elegant atmosphere, helping other decorative elements such as furniture or plants to stand out. Tiles in neutral colours are also versatile and can easily be combined in different styles and themes.

Geometric and abstract patterns

Although neutral colours are a popular choice, geometric and abstract patterns are also gaining ground.
Tiles with bold designs, such as stripes, hexagons or asymmetrical shapes, add a touch of personality and modernity to any bathroom.
They can be used as a detail or along the entire length of a wall, creating an impressive focal point.
For an even more striking effect, mix laying patterns or vary the direction in which the tiles are laid.

Retro and Vintage

The newest trend in bathroom remodelling has been the revival of retro and vintage styles.
Tiles inspired by design trends of the 60s, 70s and 80s are making a comeback, lending nostalgia and charm to this room. The bold geometric patterns, vibrant colours and distinctive textures of these tiles give the bathroom a unique personality.
Tiles with floral and arabesque patterns can be used to create a classic style, while bolder colours such as orange, yellow or green hark back to past decades and add a touch of colour to space.
This trend makes it possible to create an environment that reflects a harmonious mix of past and present.
Similarly, vintage ceramics can create an interesting contrast with contemporary furniture or accessories,

Mix and Match Mixing different materials

“Mix and Match", a concept of mixing different types of tiles and materials, is gaining momentum.
The design involves mixing, for example, polished and matt tiles, or smooth and textured tiles to create a unique and customised bathroom.
Variety not only adds depth and makes space more interesting, but also allows the owner to express their creativity through innovation.

Sustainable ceramics

Sustainability is a growing concern in all areas of interior design, including of the bathroom.
Tiles made from recycled materials or using low environmental impact manufacturing processes are gaining in popularity.
Using sustainable materials minimises the impact on the environment, resulting in a modern, eco-friendly bathroom.


Trends in modern bathroom tiles reflect the growing importance of these spaces in our lives today.
From large-format, minimalist tiles to bold patterns and creative combinations, the range of choices cater for functional and elegant environments.
Whether you opt for a minimalist approach, natural textures or neutral colours, smart use of modern tiles can transform a bathroom into your temple and refuge.
For more bathroom tile options, take a look at our ceramic wall and floor tile collections.

Published by Revigrés

May 10, 2024


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