5 Bathroom Tile Ideas
I thought this was a great idea to get the impact of a really cool mosaic without the cost of having to tile the entire backside. If you don’t have wainscoting you could do this just on the outer edges all the way around the mirror. Stone Saver has mosaic tiles similar to this available for $20 per square foot.
Really neat idea for a back splash especially if the slab you choose for your granite is too small to get a back splash out of it. I love how this works so well with the granite top. This is a perfect example of a busy looking granite, paired with a visually appealing back splash. (I’m assuming it’s typhoon bordeaux.) You don’t have to have a mundane back splash just because your granite has a lot of character.
I love brick-laid tile. It really has a classic appearance. The pebble floor is a nice change from the standard 2×2 tiles that most of us have in our showers.
Great idea to give a half bath some punch. Removing the four inch back splashes to give more counter space in an already small bathroom and adding mosaic tile around or behind the mirror.
This idea isn’t just limited to the bathroom, but I wanted to show it off anyway. Taking mosaic tiles and laying them between larger tiles. This not only looks amazing, but it reduces the exposed grout which means less cleaning in the future.
I hope you enjoyed these unique ideas found around the web and they inspire you in your next remodel!