9 Stylish Bathroom Ideas from Customers

The customers we have here at Walls and Floors constantly surprise me with the striking and stylish projects they send in! Here are 9 of my favourite bathroom ideas from customers…

1) Jack’s teal shower

An aquatic blend of green and blue, teal has been a colour trend for the last few years now. It’s fresh and interesting, and instantly revives an interior space. Jack used teal-toned Monceau Blue Crackle Tiles to refresh his shower room! He even used contrasting brass tones to create a perfect colour balance.

Top tip: Add some plants into your bathroom for a trendy natural look. 

encaustic tiles bathroom ideas

2) Sally’s vintage floor

This is one of my favourite bathroom ideas. Patterned tiles have never been more popular. A couple of years ago, colourful Moroccan patterns were all the rage. Now, though, the trend has switched to more muted, encaustic styled designs, which are perfect for injecting a vintage, period look into an interior space. Sally used our Oakham Grey Scored Tiles to create an encaustic effect statement floor in her bathroom and I think you’ll agree, it looks great!

kelly hexagon tiles

3) Kelly’s hexagonal feature wall

Hexagons are another key design trend when it comes to decorating a wall or floor. There has been an explosion of hexagon tiles over the last couple of years. Kelly used one of my favourite hexagonal designs – the patterned Contour Hexagon Tiles – to create this stunning feature wall behind her bath tub. I love how it draws the eye and turns the tub into the room’s focal point!

split face tiles

4) David’s split face feature

One of my favourite interior design trends right now is ‘texture’. Plain, smooth surfaces are boring and characterless – that’s why I love this bathroom feature wall that David created! He used our slate split face tiles to add a textured, multi-levelled look to this wall, and it gives the room all the personality it could ever need. Because they’re made from natural slate, they’re perfect for injecting that sought after natural look.

Top tip: Avoid using slate split face tiles on walls hit directly by water, such as in a wet room. 

nicola herringbone feature

5) Nicola’s colourful herringbone display

If you like your feature walls a little more colourful, then you’ll love what Nicola created in her bathroom! She used a mix of three fab colours from our range of Antique Smooth Crackle Metro Tiles and applied them to the wall using the popular herringbone pattern to create this striking zigzag effect! It would definitely catch my eye as I step into the room, and it has a very Mediterranean feel to it!

angela statement floor

6) Angela’s Moroccan bathroom floor

Talking about ‘Mediterannean feel,’ aren’t these Galena Tiles amazing? A patchwork of Arabesque designs, Angela used them to create a monochrome Moroccan statement floor in her bathroom space. It acts as a charismatic base to her luxurious and glamorous scheme!

Top tip: For a lavish look in your bathroom, add a stylish little armchair that ties in with the colour scheme! 

marble hexagon mosaic tiles

7) Dave’s mosaic splashback

If you want a quick update for your bathroom, then I’ve got some advice for you! The easiest way to refresh a bathroom’s decor is to add a splashback behind the sink. This is usually a relatively small area, so it’s a speedy and inexpensive job! Dave used hexagonal Oriental marble mosaic tiles behind his sink. Marble is the most sought after natural stone right now, and hexagons are a popular shape, so it’s right on trend!

claire harika tiles bathroom ideas

8) Bathroom ideas: Claire’s patterned scheme

Creating a statement floor in a bathroom is nothing new. So what is it that caught my eye about Claire’s use of our colourful patterned Harika Tiles in her bathroom? Well, it’s the way she ties the floor in so perfectly with the rest of the room. She used the tiles on the windowsill, and even on the wash basin! It’s a perfectly complete scheme.

industrial bathroom

9) Jenny’s industrial bathroom

I probably don’t have to tell you that white brick shaped metro tiles are a timeless classic when it comes to bathroom decor (but I’ll tell you it anyway). However, what’s interesting and new about Jenny’s bathroom scheme isn’t just the tiles, but the piping! Traditionally, pipes are boxed in behind plasterboard. However, to embrace the industrial trend, Jenny has cleverly had her piping put on show. It’s unusual and on-trend and I love it!

So there you are – 9 bathroom ideas from our customers here at Walls and Floors. Which was your favourite? For more decorating ideas from our customers, or to share your own, head over to our Customer Projects section!

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