Bathroom Tile Patterns
Bathroom tile patterns range from the simple to ornate and are only limited by imagination. Bathroom tile patterns featuring squares and rectangles include basket weave and herringbone. Pinwheel and windmill patterns are also often-used choices. Hexagon, round and oval tiles can be used to create a variety of intriguing tile patterns, and artistic tiles and borders can add an individualized element to a bathroom’s decor. The type of bathroom tile patterns used can also set the tone for a room, from the more traditional brickwork to a contemporary hopscotch pattern. Small tile patterns provide an abundant amount of classic patterns to make your larger bathroom fixtures or accessories stand out. A black and white hexagonal design incorporates an authentic look that works well in any style of home.
Hexagonal bathroom tile patterns also offer a more round look than its square tile counterparts. Square tiles create diamond tile patterns seen in most homes and smaller square tiles that are darker in color can accent larger, lighter tiles. A mosaic tile design can have broken tile to incorporate an overall design within the bathroom. It can also mean that different colors and sizes of tile were purchased to design a certain color style not achieved by one type of tile, for example. For a challenging, yet creative design, a combination of these mosaic styles plus designing a beach landscape, human face, or Galapagos turtle, for some examples, with different tiles creates an impressive and inspirational design.