It took me quite some time to really narrow down the gray bathroom tile ideas that we wanted in here, but now that it is complete I could not be more happy with how it turned out. Believe it or not, we actually used floor tiles for all of the walls and shower because we wanted our bathroom tiles design to be really unique and also quite organic looking. I have always been partial to "spa style" whether that is used in a bathroom or in a kitchen or other type of living area. Something about a wood look on the walls really brings out that style of decor to me and is actually very relaxing on the eye. I know that this is not the typical gray bathroom ideas that you see in most of the photos on here, but it offers an alternative for homeowners that like to think a little bit outside of the box.
These are simple gray bathroom tile ideas that I think could be applied to just about any decor style and still look very subtle and nice. Obviously they went in a more contemporary direction with the grey bathroom tiles here, but lightly tinted subway tile paired with marble could easily accent more traditional style decor as well. I think that the key to achieving a successful design is making sure that the shade of the tile is light enough. If you go much darker than this you get into a more charcoal territory that takes it from a classic subway tile bathroom, to a much more modern and edgy space.
This is a nice twist on gray bathroom tile ideas because it warms up a space that could otherwise be pretty bland and devoid of much personality. In fact, most of the popular grey bathroom designs that I have seen (well any color palette for that matter) only tile the shower area or maybe a little bit beyond. This designer utilized the beautiful rectangular mosaic tile all around the room as a wall covering. If you look at a sample of the tile it seems pretty loud, but when it is used on such a large surface it actually is not that bad. I actually find it to be quite soothing and minimalistic. I am not really looking to renovate a bathroom now, but I would definitely keep these grey bathroom ideas if we ever decide to mix things up.
In my opinion gray bathroom tile ideas have been very much so overdone in the past few years, so when I started looking for inspiration for our master I knew that I wanted to look for alternative options. I suppose that marble bathroom floor tiles are probably considered somewhere in the grey family, but I think that the rest of the decor in this space still is quite different and more along the beige lines. Our home is not as large as this one, so I won't be able to create quite as grand a design as this is, but my plan is to take little elements of the overall look and translate them on a smaller scale. I will combine this with a little bit more contemporary bathroom tile ideas 2020 so that the space has a very updated feel.
I know that these are not the craziest or most high end gray bathroom tile ideas on here, but I am still really proud of how our guest bath turned out. Believe it or not, my family and I installed all of the shower tile designs that you see here ourselves! I was really intimidated by this project at first, but I did tones of research on youtube and bought the tools, so I felt somewhat prepared for the project. Of course, there is a learning curve with everything and this project was no different, but we picked large and simple enough bathroom tile ideas so that the layout would be as easy as possible.
These are by far the most gorgeous gray bathroom tile ideas that I have seen in any gallery on here. I have looked through so many photos on this website and the majority of the gray bathroom decor is overly modern and edgy, really lacking in the warmth and subtle glamour that I wanted our master to have. Whomever designed this space, however, totally captured exactly the look that I am trying to achieve. Every detail is perfect, from the gorgeous marble trim on the wall tile, to the silver coated soaking tub, and beautiful mirror hung on the wall. I even like the other bathroom color ideas that they used such as the soft blue paint on the wall and the crisp white trim and ceilings.