Is your bathroom due for a decorating do-over? Instead of uplifting your space with a modern double vanity and shiny new fixtures, go one step further and embrace striking floor tiles. These 20 stylish options are breaking new ground.
We can’t take our eyes off this trendy bathroom by California-based design firm Studio Matsalla. The geometric floor tiles add edge while drawing the eye toward the statement vanity.
Who knew a room could be so soothing and statement-making at the same time? The hex floor tiles bordered in black plus the floral accent wall make for an unexpectedly perfect pairing. See here for a detailed look at the space.
The only thing more stylish than herringbone flooring? When the tiles are strategically placed to create a striking stripe effect. Tour the entire home here.
Design extraordinaire Emily Henderson has a knack for creating ultra-stylish spaces that still maintain a lived-in feel. This bright white bathroom with scalloped cement flooring is case in point. Tour the entire room here.
X Marks The Spot
Designed by Scott McGillivray, this bathroom goes to show how statement floor tiles can take a space from simple to show-stopping.
Over The Rainbow
When your bathroom is outfitted in floor tiles this chic and colourful, every morning is a happy morning. Find the cheerful tiles here.
Refreshing blue and white floor tiles enhance this bathroom’s beachy vibe. See the entire room here.
Fact: You can’t go wrong with marble. So when a bathroom is clad in the striking stone and features elegant grey veining, the result is pure eye candy. Tour the entire home here.
Toronto-based designer Meghan Carter maximized the design potential of this powder room by laying blue penny-round tiles and waking up the look with sunny yellow wallpaper.
Graphic blue cement floor tiles lend a distinct mid-century modern vibe to designer Emily Henderson’s guest bathroom. Find out how she created this gorgeous space here.
The uniquely patterned flooring seen here uplifts the bathroom’s soft grey scheme and plays into the space’s farmhouse feel.
This luxe geometric stone tile (part of designer Kelly Wearstler’s Liaison collection for Ann Sacks) makes a bold statement while still imparting a classy and timeless quality to the space.
When your bathroom is awash in pale hues, you can get away with layering in tons of texture via classic geometric tiles. Check out the full home reveal here.
Toronto designer Jacquelyn Clark of Lark & Linen knows a thing or two about designing soft and pretty spaces. We love her new bathroom’s stunning marble flooring, which boasts a chic snowflake-like design.
A predominately white bathroom gets a stylish upgrade thanks to bold flooring featuring black diamond motifs. The shower’s black subway tile detailing drives the look home.
When updating a powder room, do as the Property Brothers did here and opt for dramatic floor tiles – because small, closed-off spaces are meant for taking risks.
Moroccan-inspired tiles are having a major style moment right now. The reason? They carry a global sensibility no other tile style can compete with.
Reno expert Danielle Bryk of A Bryk at a Time made this kids’ bathroom shine thanks to glistening floor tiles, which play up the sheen of the walls and draw attention to the petite wooden furnishings.