So this is our master suite in our new home -- while I know that grey bathroom tiles are super trendy these days, I am not sure if the ones that we have fall into that category. Tile is so expensive to purchase and have installed so I am really trying to redecorate our grey bathroom in a way that we can preserve the tile while still updating thing overall look. I am thinking that a fresh coat of paint is obviously necessary, but I am also wondering if we should take down the wall tile and just keep the shower floor and tub surround. It may make the room seem more modern by getting rid of that darker brown border. What do you all think? Would that help the look or ruin our bathroom tiles design? I am very undecided.
These wood-look grey bathroom tiles are such a cool accent piece to this master bath. I had never thought to use tile flooring ideas on walls or a shower but I actually think that it works so well in this space. By placing the floor tiles horizontally on the walls it makes the room seem larger and gives it a cool modern vibe to the entire space. I love it when designers think outside of the box and use materials in new and unexpected ways. It really inspires me to replicate the look of these grey bathroom floor tiles in my house (except maybe in our guest bath) to achieve a similar look. It is something that I think my husband would love in there because it is a little bit more masculine than the marble we have in our master.
I have always been one of those people that loves bright bold colors and really making a statement with pattern -- yet we just moved into this new home with a giant master bath filled with bland grey bathroom tiles. I know that this bathroom shower tile is very trendy and neutral -- something that most people would absolutely love. It's just too boring for me though. I am trying to brainstorm ways that we can bring color and vibrancy to the space without ripping out all of this expensive tile work (it is beautiful). Do any designers on here have any grey bathroom tiles ideas that would look cohesive with our existing materials but that would be more within our personal style? I would love any feedback that you all have!
We just ripped out our old grey bathroom tiles and replaced them all with this gorgeous marble. It has always been my dream to have a luxurious grey and white bathroom with gold accents like something you see in a fancy hotel or downtown apartment. We were lucky enough to move into an incredibly spacious home with this gigantic master suite, so I knew I wanted to do something unique and over the top. Our designers presented a lot of fantastic bathroom ideas but this one stood out to me the most because of how lavish the all marble interior was (not to mention the tub placed inside the shower!).
How fun are these beige and grey bathroom tiles that provide a unique twist on your usual marble bathrooms that are all over the home decor sphere these days. I love a classic gray tile bathroom because they tend to have a subtle elegance that you cannot really achieve with any other color palette. From the awesome center vanity unit to the floating mirrors and gorgeous soaking tub, this bathroom certainly has it all. Perhaps my favorite feature is the beautiful herringbone style bathroom flooring that contrasts against the simple granite walls of the vanity. The whole look is so inspiring, and I wish that I had the space to recreate it in our current home.
I have been loving the grey bathroom tiles trend that has emerged in the past couple of years. I think it brings such a chic look to any space that incorporates grey and white, especially in a large master bath like this. Grey bathroom ideas are one of those trends that I think will be easy to transition over the years as popular looks fade -- they are neutral enough that your room won't scream outdated if the styles change. My favorite part about this particular space, is the gray bathroom floor tile. It has a slightly beige undertone that gives it some warmth and depth, which turned out to be the perfect accent to the marble shower tile and taupe walls.