Okay, anybody with design background or who just has an eye for style, we really need some bathroom floor tile ideas that will transform our master from a luxury suite of the 1980s to something a little bit more current. I am seeing a lot of marble in the trending bathroom tile ideas 2022, and am wondering if that is the direction we should go in here. Obviously we are going to have to take off the wall paper and paint the walls, because this stuff is just awful, but I think that marble would still go with the wood on the vanities (and closet system). Whether it is some form of marble bathroom tiles design or really anything else, I am definitely open and all ears to hear your thoughts on what would look best in here.
These bathroom floor tile ideas are something that you would likely see in the Tiger King's dream master bathroom haha! Although this definitely is not my personal style, I actually gravitated to this room when I was on here looking for bathroom shower tile ideas. I think the reason is that everything just blends together so nicely and looks like such a solid and cohesive design. I was also intrigued by the unique shape of the room and how they gave all of the elements on the perimeter a curved line in order to make a circular effect. You don't see that in many homes, but I think that it makes the room feel very luxurious. I am sure that it made mounting the bathroom wall tiles a real pain, but I think that it was worth it in the end.
I think that this home would be fantastic inspiration for anybody looking for contemporary bathroom floor tile ideas. In a design world filled with the same marble and subway tile looks, I really like seeing alternative and stylish bathroom flooring ideas like this that bring something new and different to the table. This tan tile may seem like nothing exciting, but the subtle shade variations and pattern brings a lot of depth to the design. Perhaps most importantly, it also ties in the colors of the gorgeous view outside the picture windows that take up an entire wall of this room. I think this would look fantastic alongside just about any of the shower tile ideas 2022 that I have been seeing, or even in a simple powder room that you want to infuse with great style.
I would love to hear what you guys think about the bathroom floor tile ideas that the previous owner used in here. When I first walked into this room when we were looking at the house, I was immediately taken aback and turned off by the bathroom flooring. I mean it makes quite a statement doesn't it? The rest of the house had enough charm that we decided to go for it and deal with the bathroom later. Well now that we have actually moved in and I have gotten used to it, the tile has sort of grown on me. I guess I like that the flooring matches the bathroom wall tiles design and then ties in the teal blue trim on the windows and doors. Am I crazy? Should I have ripped all of this out the day that we moved in?
A lot of people would consider picking out bathroom floor tile ideas a super boring task and one that would not take a lot of thought. I definitely have to disagree because I found it not only exciting (because we were finally creating the master bath that I had always dreamed of), but also something that took a lot of thought and consideration. I really wanted to choose bathroom floor tiles that would obviously be durable and easy to maintain, but that would also add great style that would stand the test of time and not look outdated in a year or two. From all of my research marble seemed like a really safe choice for everything from flooring to bathroom wall tile ideas. It is a classic material that really never goes out of style. We did do a herringbone pattern on the floor so that the overall vibe would be a little bit more modern.
I like just about everything in our master except for the bathroom floor tile ideas that the previous owner chose. I just don't really understand why you would go with this large beige square in an otherwise gray tile bathroom. I suppose that the flooring could have been old and they just renovated everything else except for that. I have a could of questions for any contractors or homeowners on here that have been through a renovation like this. First, do we have to remove everything (tub, vanity, etc) prior to ripping our the bathroom tiles in preparation for replacing them? Also, is tiling a bathroom floor a project that a fairly handy family can take on or should we hire professionals?