Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns

Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns

BHG.com Bathrooms Bathroom Flooring Bathroom Flooring Ideas Give your bathroom a strong and stylish foundation. Discover durable and distinctive flooring materials and design ideas that you can bring to your bathroom. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Bathroom Flooring Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades Fresh Ideas for Bathroom Floors Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vintage-Style Bathroom Floor A subtle pattern can visually elongate a room. Here, black insets on the vintage-inspired floor tile play off the verticality of the beaded board and draw the eye toward the windows. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. Take this quick quiz to find the best floors for you! 2 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Limestone Bathroom Floor To add subtle interest to your bath design, consider including glass insets. In this bath full of vintage-inspired details, glass insets punctuate the limestone floor. 3 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Oak Plank Floor Flooring can be used as a uniting element for distinct areas. Here, the pale oak planks help retain the bath’s overall sense of intimacy while offering visual continuity between two zones of the room. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 4 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bathroom Floor with Radiant Heat A popular bathroom flooring trend is installing radiant heat that provides a welcome alternative to cold, hard surfaces. In this bath, radiant heat warms the limestone and mosaic tiles that adorn the floor. 5 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Mosaic Tile Accent Mosaic tiles are an easy way to customize your floors. Here, gold-tone marble tiles outline the shape of the room. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 6 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Keep Tile Floors Clean See how to keep your tile floors looking new – clean better, clean faster! 7 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Reclaimed Wood Floor In an all-white bathroom, hardwood flooring can provide contrast and prevent the overall design from feeling too cold. In this bath, the simple white palette is warmed by reclaimed plank flooring. 8 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vintage-Style Bathroom Flooring To add vintage flair to a remodeled bath, make sure your floors — whether reclaimed or new — have an old-fashioned feel. In this bath, the mosaic-tile flooring plays off the nostalgic charm of the reproduction claw-foot tub. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 9 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Natural Bathroom Flooring Natural materials can add a masculine, earthy feel to baths. Here, dark slate flooring makes the crisp white tub and sink (not shown) pop. River stones are used in the shower and as a border around the freestanding tub to designate wet floor space. Take this quick quiz to find the best flooring for your bathroom. 10 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Hexagonal Tile Flooring For design continuity throughout your home, consider matching flooring or other major elements in all of your bathrooms. In this remodeled bath, the homeowners chose new, unglazed hexagonal mosaic tiles to match those used in the home’s other baths. 11 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Slate Tile Flooring For a rugged retreat, consider using natural materials like the earthy, textured slate used here. 12 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Light-Reflecting Marble Flooring Opulent marble flooring can reflect light to help illuminate a regal master bath. Here, marble floors and other surfaces help make the showstopping space appear much larger than it is. 13 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Light Marble Bathroom Floor A light, polished floor can effectively offset rich wood cabinets, making a strong design statement as in this master bath. 14 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Carrara Marble Floor Light-colored marble creates the illusion of more space in a small bath. In this bath, carrara marble, chosen for its heat conduction, fits the white scheme and blankets the floor. 15 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Woven-Look Bathroom Floor Use a classic, simple floor pattern to add texture to a vintage bathroom. This playful pattern gives the illusion of depth. 16 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Herringbone Tile Flooring Mix a classic pattern with large tiles for a slightly formal look. This heated floor with variegated marble tiles arranged in a herringbone pattern serves as the bath’s traction-conscious foundation. 17 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Floor with Angled Limestone Tiles Simply changing the angle at which tiles are laid can make a big design impact. To visually broaden the narrow corridor, these limestone field tiles were laid on the floor on the diagonal within a tile border. 18 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Small Floor Tiles To draw attention to the floor in a simply designed bath, lay small floor tiles like these that deserve a second look. 19 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Salvaged Wood Flooring Architectural salvage yards are great suppliers of vintage flooring. Internet auction sites can turn up gems, too. Search under such listings as “architectural salvage,” “demolition contractors,” or “building materials.” In this bath, vintage charm comes in the form of antique random-width wood flooring salvaged from a local barn. 20 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bathroom Floor with Glass Tiles Contrast floor tile with other bathroom surfaces to add interest. Here, translucent glass tiles calm the room and contrast with the white cabinetry. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades If you’re planning a bathroom remodel, consider adding a few of these fabulous features. From radiant-heat flooring to a roomy whirlpool tub, these upgrades will require a small investment but you’ll reap restful and stylish rewards. Begin Slideshow » Related Fresh Ideas for Bathroom Floors
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Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Bathroom Flooring Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades Fresh Ideas for Bathroom Floors Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vintage-Style Bathroom Floor A subtle pattern can visually elongate a room. Here, black insets on the vintage-inspired floor tile play off the verticality of the beaded board and draw the eye toward the windows. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. Take this quick quiz to find the best floors for you! 2 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Limestone Bathroom Floor To add subtle interest to your bath design, consider including glass insets. In this bath full of vintage-inspired details, glass insets punctuate the limestone floor. 3 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Oak Plank Floor Flooring can be used as a uniting element for distinct areas. Here, the pale oak planks help retain the bath’s overall sense of intimacy while offering visual continuity between two zones of the room. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 4 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bathroom Floor with Radiant Heat A popular bathroom flooring trend is installing radiant heat that provides a welcome alternative to cold, hard surfaces. In this bath, radiant heat warms the limestone and mosaic tiles that adorn the floor. 5 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Mosaic Tile Accent Mosaic tiles are an easy way to customize your floors. Here, gold-tone marble tiles outline the shape of the room. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 6 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Keep Tile Floors Clean See how to keep your tile floors looking new – clean better, clean faster! 7 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Reclaimed Wood Floor In an all-white bathroom, hardwood flooring can provide contrast and prevent the overall design from feeling too cold. In this bath, the simple white palette is warmed by reclaimed plank flooring. 8 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vintage-Style Bathroom Flooring To add vintage flair to a remodeled bath, make sure your floors — whether reclaimed or new — have an old-fashioned feel. In this bath, the mosaic-tile flooring plays off the nostalgic charm of the reproduction claw-foot tub. Get free flooring estimates from local professionals. 9 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Natural Bathroom Flooring Natural materials can add a masculine, earthy feel to baths. Here, dark slate flooring makes the crisp white tub and sink (not shown) pop. River stones are used in the shower and as a border around the freestanding tub to designate wet floor space. Take this quick quiz to find the best flooring for your bathroom. 10 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Hexagonal Tile Flooring For design continuity throughout your home, consider matching flooring or other major elements in all of your bathrooms. In this remodeled bath, the homeowners chose new, unglazed hexagonal mosaic tiles to match those used in the home’s other baths. 11 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Slate Tile Flooring For a rugged retreat, consider using natural materials like the earthy, textured slate used here. 12 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Light-Reflecting Marble Flooring Opulent marble flooring can reflect light to help illuminate a regal master bath. Here, marble floors and other surfaces help make the showstopping space appear much larger than it is. 13 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Light Marble Bathroom Floor A light, polished floor can effectively offset rich wood cabinets, making a strong design statement as in this master bath. 14 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Carrara Marble Floor Light-colored marble creates the illusion of more space in a small bath. In this bath, carrara marble, chosen for its heat conduction, fits the white scheme and blankets the floor. 15 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Woven-Look Bathroom Floor Use a classic, simple floor pattern to add texture to a vintage bathroom. This playful pattern gives the illusion of depth. 16 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Herringbone Tile Flooring Mix a classic pattern with large tiles for a slightly formal look. This heated floor with variegated marble tiles arranged in a herringbone pattern serves as the bath’s traction-conscious foundation. 17 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Floor with Angled Limestone Tiles Simply changing the angle at which tiles are laid can make a big design impact. To visually broaden the narrow corridor, these limestone field tiles were laid on the floor on the diagonal within a tile border. 18 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Small Floor Tiles To draw attention to the floor in a simply designed bath, lay small floor tiles like these that deserve a second look. 19 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Salvaged Wood Flooring Architectural salvage yards are great suppliers of vintage flooring. Internet auction sites can turn up gems, too. Search under such listings as “architectural salvage,” “demolition contractors,” or “building materials.” In this bath, vintage charm comes in the form of antique random-width wood flooring salvaged from a local barn. 20 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bathroom Floor with Glass Tiles Contrast floor tile with other bathroom surfaces to add interest. Here, translucent glass tiles calm the room and contrast with the white cabinetry. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades Our Favorite Bathroom Upgrades If you’re planning a bathroom remodel, consider adding a few of these fabulous features. From radiant-heat flooring to a roomy whirlpool tub, these upgrades will require a small investment but you’ll reap restful and stylish rewards. Begin Slideshow » Related Fresh Ideas for Bathroom Floors

Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns

Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns
Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns
Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns
Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns
Bathroom Floor Tile Patterns