Top Tips: White Bathroom Tiles
Small vs Large White Bathroom Tiles
Contrary to what you may think, the size of your bathroom does not necessarily translate into the size of tile you need for the space. If you choose smaller tiles, you’ll have more grout lines visually breaking up the walls – an effect that a welcome aesthetic touch in bigger spaces, but might backfire if your bathroom is already on the small side.
In fact, large tiles might be the best choice for smaller spaces, as they expand the space by creating a smoother flow between individual tiles and making the bathroom look less cluttered by grout lines. Don’t give up on small tiles completely though – small coloured mosaic tiles are fantastic for a feature wall in a bathroom otherwise tiled in large white tiles.
White Bathroom Tile Ideas for Small Bathrooms
Choosing white bathroom tiles is in itself a great start if you want to make your bathroom look more spacious. Mix this with other soft tones like beige and light grey to further boost the brightness, or even keep it white wall to wall.
Use white bathroom tiles with a reflective finish such as gloss to exaggerate the light entering the space, and experiment with different patterns which will trick the eye into perceiving the room as larger than it is, such as diagonal or brick bond.