| Date: 12.11.2020

This month, we’re looking at the latest bathroom tile ideas for 2021 to help you get the latest look for your next bathroom, ensuite or wet room project.

An oasis of calm, a busy hub of family activity, funky washroom or a bit of all of those, your bathroom is a key room when it comes to design choices. Tiles are the perfect solution, as they are durable, have water-resistant and non-slip properties, and are easy to clean. They’re also available in a range of patterns, colours and textures.

But when it comes to choosing bathroom tiles, where do you start?

Don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place. Perhaps you’ve got the exciting task of tiling a brand new bathroom, or you’re revamping an existing one. Whether you’re looking to add character with patterned tiles, achieve that oh-so-on-trend industrial look, or go for a soothing colour scheme, our handy blog post is here to help. Let us inspire you with some of the emerging bathroom tile ideas for 2021.

Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021

Industrial Tiles

One of the key bathroom tile ideas in 2020 that we can see continuing well into next year is was industrial-themed rooms. Matt, distressed or concrete effect tiles not only look chic, but they give you a fantastic minimalist backdrop to punctuate with your choice of accessories. Simple has never been so stylish!

Industrial Concrete Style Tiles
Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021- Arkety

Victorian Tiles

Adding a pop of pattern can really make a splash in your bathroom. Use them on walls, floors or as a feature in a shower wall, sink area, or in boxed shelves to add interest. Victorian style tiles aren’t just for period homes, they work really well in contemporary settings too and will add bags of character.

Victorian Style Tiles
Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021 - Regent

Regent Monochrome Victorian Tiles

Marble Effect Tiles

Marble effect tiles are a class act, and are perfect for adding opulence to your bathroom, shower room or wet room. We’ve seen a huge increase in marble effect tiles over the last year, and our range includes a variety of sizes, shapes, and design styles from subtle to ‘blue cheese’ veins! Chic and oppulent, marble effect is certainly one of our favourite bathroom tile ideas for 2021.

Marble Effect Tiles
Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021 - Oikos

Hexagon Tiles

One of the key bathroom tile trends for 2021 is to geometric with hexagonal tiles to stand out from the crowd. These six-sided shapes are here to stay, with more and more ranges becoming available. You’ll make a stunning statement whether you use them for the entire wall, or you’re more particular with your polygons in a section.

Hexagon Tiles
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Grazia Hexagon Tiles

Textured Tiles

Beyond size and colour, texture is another option to consider when you’re choosing bathroom tiles. The tactile and 3D qualities of textured tiles add depth and dimension to any room, without being too overwhelming. Wavy lines can also make your room look bigger – perfect for smaller bathrooms.

Reval Grey Porcelain Tiles & Mix Stone Feature Tiles
Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021 - Mix Stone

Wood Effect Tiles

Wood doesn’t tend to fare well in bathrooms, so why not try wood effect tiles for the same effect without the hassle? Wood effect tiles look stunning in bathrooms and wet rooms, creating a natural, calming look, and there’s a huge range of shades to choose from.

Wood Effect Tiles
Bricola Beech Porcelain Wood Tile

Bold Black Bathrooms

Why not recreate that luxury hotel experience in your home with a black bathroom? Black tiles add a dash of drama and will make bathtime all the more indulgent. If a whole room is too daring, why not lighten things a little with monochrome tiles or bright white fittings. This is one of the bathroom tile ideas for 2021 that screams pure sophistication.

Black Tiles
Bathroom Tile Ideas for 2021 - Strauss

If you’ve been inspired for your next project by these latest bathroom tile trends for 2021, we’d love to hear from you! Get in touch or share your pictures via social media.