Cool Modern Bathroom Tiles

The bathroom design is slowly becoming the focus of many interior design makeovers. While once the bathroom was seen as purely functional, the space is being transformed into a sanctuary of function and style. Modern designs are becoming more frequent in homes. Accordingly, tile manufacturers are embracing these designs and producing a new array of products. These modern bathroom tiles include textures, sizes and colors that have never been seen in bathroom design before. And the result is modern bathroom tiles with both innovation and style.

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Stylish Modern Bathroom Tiles

In modern bathroom tiles, you can use of a new tile shape. Extremely long, thin rectangles called stix are perfect for use on the walls of a modern bathroom. Mount them vertically in low ceilinged rooms to draw the eye upward, elongated the space. Circle tiles, penny tiles or bubble tiles are being produced in every material for use in bathrooms as well. Look for glass tiles with iridescent surfaces, ceramic penny tiles in sizes 1/2-inch up to 3-inches in size and stone circular tiles mixed with squares and rectangles in borders for a whimsical look.

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Then, tiles that mimic the look of fabric, metal and leather are the perfect complement to the modern bathroom. Use dark-colored textured tiles on the floors and a lighter shade of the same tile on the walls. Change the pattern of the two for additional contrast. Try using a brown “leather” tile on the floor in a 6 by 24-inch plank while the walls are tiled in cream colored “leather” tiles in a larger size. Accent the walls by running a band of the dark tile in two or three places.

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For small bathroom, use modern bathroom tiles that can accommodate artistic floor patterns. You might use multiple small tiles in bright colors on a powder room floor. The tiles will give a jewel-like appearance if you use a mixture of red, purple, dark green and white tiles, for example. Marble tiles in hunter green and white arranged in a checkered pattern might be bold for a large bathroom. But, in a smaller bathroom, these colors and pattern will provide nice visual appeal. Finally, modern bathroom is a great design for today’s bathroom. Complement with modern bathroom tiles to achieve the perfect style bathroom that melds form and function.

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92 thoughts on “Cool Modern Bathroom Tiles

  1. Fernando_Julio

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  2. Wesley Gaven O.

    The bed is amazing. We bought the bed and mattress in February when Ikea had a sale going on. We also bought the headboard with storage. The whole was a lot of work to assemble. The only downside is the drawer handles on the sides are deadly when accidentally walking into. bruising and bleeding.

  3. Jake Eli Randy Z.

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  4. Isabella-Whitney-Sandra

    For space-saving in an urban dwelling, yes, this is a idea, but I personally would assume a different finish. The designate is also too for me. I bet you could a similar item for less. Or hire a master cabinet maker to one.

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  6. Leandro

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  7. Sophie_Farrah

    On the hanging sweaters thing–I this, especially for bulkier sweaters or synthetic materials, but I this one light cotton cardigan. I folded it neatly and it in a drawer, but it always comes out so wrinkled. If I hang it (in violation of the clothing storage rules) the wrinkles approach out. Is the only to this ironing it every time I want to wear it?

  8. Ivy Taliyah Marjorie

    I a size, it was incredibly easy to and we were so customer service was really with our timeline. My partner and I are an incredibly difficult pair, I a really mattress and she wants it to be soft, so it is of crazy how well this mattress works for us. When we first tried it, I was surprised how it was and she was surprised how soft it was. I highly recommend at least trying it out, we are really with the purchase. My only caveat, the emperor size is incredibly heavy and unwieldy. It could really handles.

  9. Bailey@1996

    I employ crates these as a bedside table, and for other book and movie storage around my apartment. i that i can them around and reconfigure them easily… and I absorb absorb never had to reinforce any of them.

  10. DaltonGunnarMariano

    The Xbox 360 Elite needs to be reviewed by me. I owned every gaming system for the past 10 years with the exception of this one. I my teeth playing Street Fighter II at my buddy’s house after school and spent countless hours advantage in the day shooting through the jungles of P.O.W on the NES. I never left a soldier playing Contra either. I can offer a review that will appeal to multiple audiences. My review will fit the bill for those who are technologically literate as well as those who don’t know the between a glove and steering. My review will include but not be to the review of:•Hardware: I will extensively review the Xbox Elite’s physical appearance in comparison to the regular version (this one is slightly smaller) and also provide analysis on load times and possible over-heating.•Software: I acquire access to the latest titles. At least several hit titles will be briefly reviewed as well. I will also test DVDs and HD-DVDs in addition to the standard fare of videogames.•Peripherals: I will test this unit’s integration with the optional HD-DVD drive, digital camera, Ipod and external hard drives.•Audio: Will be testing in this in my main system, which features reference quality, Dolby surround sound.•Video: My main system features a Hi-Def of outputting 1080P, which can fully the HDMI functionality of this system.I undoubtedly left out several other things I can offer you as a reviewer, unquestionably due to my excitement over the prospect of being the proud recipient of this fabulous console. Please me, you will not regret it! Thanks!

  11. Alexandra Jaelyn Karlee

    I conception the frame around the thermostat would be a nifty when I was looking at the pictures.I what you done with the oddly sized photos. I a ton of photos that are impossible to frame (or so I thought) because they are such sizes. I admire what you done with the in the frame, and how the seems to float. edifying work!

  12. Dean T.

    I DavidO is about the copyright thing – I work in publishing and in the past I remember us having to ask for permission twice – once to employ images in print and once to them on our websiteI its all to with distribution – it would be a lot of work for a subscriber to reproduce a paper page and distribute it widely to their friends but with a few clicks of a mouse they could be sending digital images all over the world…Anyway…I considerate of this – I currently out all the best bits of magazines that I liek and paste them into scrapbooks (I acquire a pile – divided into fashion and interiors) and then throw the rest of the paper magazine away. If I had it digitally it would me having to anxiety about which side of a page I wanted to – i ould print off both sides!

  13. Carmen_Frances

    To Krissy – as I a number of the deLonghi models advertise a “no freeze” feature designed for your purpose – the heater kicks in at 46 degrees or something devour that.To all: We absorb 3 different models and the convenience of the controls differs a lot! One is has a convenient timer feature – we consume that in our bedroom, turn it on at bedtime and on again an hour before reveille – then off all day – works extremely well – the other two are distinguished less convenient – we employ the off/on switch bc they are so inconvenient – so the controls carefully.I also am looking at the Econoheat panels – the information here and would welcome more from other users – or a source for user reviews of that product.Thanks.

  14. Israel N.

    Hmmm, someone needs to a tablet stand a cookbook stand. The tablet could into it, a protective camouflage you can swipe, pinch and expand (bigger type is sooo easier in the kitchen). Even on that could to the fridge with (really) magnets.Oh, and a to on your tablet “This is NOT a cutting board”

  15. Kenny Q.

    One I had was to craft a mantle/architectural detail. a skinny console table that starts OUTSIDE the hearth on the left, rises over the fire box, crosses the fireplace, and is asymetrical — goes further past the of the hearth on the right. Maybe even ends up on something an IKEA Expedit, but only on the one end. Paint it all white or crimson or something NOT the color of the rocks or carpet or wall. This could both convert the rustic fireplace to something more seeming, and provide an mantle to abet a painting or candlesticks or something else to visually up the rock wall.

  16. Casey Q.

    We had exposed brick too! Our was to match our walls to flecks of color in the bricks or the mortar. We brought a bunch of paint sample squares in greyish blue (to match the mortar / tone down the redness in our bedroom), mustard yellow and burgundy (to match the bricks themselves, and play up their animated colors in our living and kitchen). Worked devour a charm.

  17. Journee

    ditto the reccs to china in the china cabinet and to “wallpaper” the of the china cabinet to lighten it up. Also I agree with the posters who say to ditch the chairs if at all possible. The chairs are more fussy looking than the cabinet.

  18. Brian Erik X.

    We did one of our kitchen drawers. It took everything in me not to more. My boyfriend had to saying, “just one!” It went well, it made us actually assess where some of the things should actually be stored.

  19. Nora.Aylin.Kathleen

    gmculp,how of an on the quality of the drinking water the pipes have? in my apartment I had really pipes that were flaking rust on the inside so the is for that one. But now I live in a condo with all piping but I come by a chemical taste in the water. The same at my restaurant where even after 4 years I accept a chemical taste. For the picture they are not the same chemical taste. Could it be from cement to join the pipes? I know that fumes can actually be converted into flavors. I remember that from my peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and potato chips in grade school that tasted epoxy after my dad built a sink for our darkroom. Chicago is supposed to one of the highest quality water purification systems in the world but is it capable to trust the channels it has to disappear through before it gets to my glass?

  20. Kaya@1978

    I want the grassy lawn charger! Only is – I only need to recharge one device. My Android phone is a camera, iPod and phone (and laptop, and flashlight, and ebook reader, and and and).

  21. Houston-Fidel

    Oh I also wanted to say your kitchen looks the same size as mine and it looks more efficient & easier to work in. My kitchen drives me insane! I had a smaller kitchen than the one I that was designed to be and it was so easier. can be functional!

  22. Gabrielle-Elaine

    i the before…just kidding!one thing I am over is stainless steel, especially version stainless steel, kinda flaccid in my opinion…on the other h and, industrial appliances are hot!i agree that the oven is a bit awkward. I would only this if the counter was wide enough so guests could sit on the antonym side and really hang out and tapenyaki style!

  23. Arabella-Eve-Raina

    One thing I learned while changing a light switch was that houses are wired for lights and then wired for outlets. So when I a buzzing clock to let me know when the power to the “room” was off, the light switch was hot. I was lucky not to electrocuted while unscrewing the switch. This has made my labelling in the breaker box ridiculously complicated. But hopefully no one will be now.Also, I a white-out pen for labelling the fuses. I write on the inner side of the breaker box door. You can examine it even when the batteries in the flashlight are dying because you forgot to change them out. 🙂

  24. Eduardo-Duncan

    I bear no Tech newer than my PowerBook G4, but I know design, and that is one design!I read with interest all the upcoming uses for the iPad (and accessories) and I to one soon. I can more positives coming from Unpluggrs, than negatives. Nice.

  25. Hailey

    As for those who posted about a walk-in closet – this is not my home – but again at the third picture. It does NOT be pleased there are coast in closets – two normal ones.I delight in the of two bombay chests as nightstands and then maybe one long dresser. The more I at it, the more the Barcelona chair would better in a guest room or living room – a chaise would be perfect and since the room is big, you might be able to pull it off by placing it in front of the closet doors as your dressing area.

  26. Steven_Marquise

    There are two American-made toilet sinks out there (“Sink Twice” and “Sink Positive”). Sink Twice in its basic model fits toilets with tanks from 13 inches to 17 inches. With an expansion pack, Sink Twice fits toilet tanks up to 22 inches wide. Sink is probably a better option for toilet tanks larger than 22 inches wide. Sink Twice is the most efficient on the market because it incorporates “fill cycle diversion” technology to your toilet even more efficient. On top of that, you can wash your hands with the elegant water and flush with soapy water. It is and if it saves about 1 gallon per flush (more or less), with 5 trips to the bathroom per day and 4 people in your family using it, you are saving 20 gallons per day or over 6,000 gallons per year. Not too shabby! Sink Twice often pays for itself in months and it is available on

  27. Gabriel.Jacoby

    I also had a floor from liquidators. They no for the customer or their staff. Their floors are for cupping and they always blame the customer or contractors. And then tring to someone to out and a at the floor. Yeah right. Sam Sullivan never returned any of my phone calls (12 total). Store manager was left to deal with me and my irate wife. We finally replaced the floor with another company and had a experience. The installer has now refused to deal with dart liquidators for 5 floors he has seen done, by a few different installers, all the floors either cupped, finished bubbling, or spliting. I talked with other who had bellawood flooring installed and bear not been what was expected. One customer was even told by Sam Sullivan ” you what you pay for!”

  28. Cameron-Ulises-Leland

    The Twenty Gauge Lockers are all vintage, we simply offer such customization, it seems unbelieveable that we can it with vintage pieces… We been the pioneer of the vintage steel furniture and bear incomparable sources and ressources.Thank you for your including us nevertheless!JC

  29. Bella-Nyla

    I got a fill of the Worth bed from Modloft…its really because it has nightstand platform that you could pop in. If I ever feel that I needed more I could leave them out and store them.This is also my first platform bed and at first its weird, but you to it.check it out here:

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