Skinny tiles are a modern trend for home decor – bathrooms, kitchens, and other spaces, they are suitable for modern, contemporary, and minimalist medieval spaces. We’ve shared some ideas for wearing your kitchen backsplash with thin tiles and it’s time to look at the bathroom. Thin tiles in the bathroom can be used anywhere – in the sink zone, bathtub and shower, on walls and floors and can be paired with other types of tiles too. Here are some ideas of using skinny tiles in bathrooms.
Skinny Tiles Clad in Pattern
If you have thin and long tiles, you can easily wear them in a pattern! The most popular idea is to put a chevron pattern into your bathroom decor, they will tidy up any space with any style – this pattern matches any bathroom decor. You can choose thin or neutral or black skinny tiles and match the grout or use contrast grout to make the pattern stand out. Make a thin chevron tile pattern on the floor, wall, sink or shower zone to make it more visible.
Long skinny white tiles wrapped in a chevron pattern are the idea of style, accented tiles with contrast grout.
A bold art deco bathroom with skinny white tiles wrapped in a chevron pattern and floating terrazzo vanity.
A bold contemporary bathroom with skinny tiles wrapped in a chevron pattern and contrasting white dressing table.
A chic contemporary shower room with white walls and gray graphite skinny tile accents wrapped in a chevron pattern and extended to the floor.
A contemporary bathroom clad in long and thin graphite gray tiles in a chevron pattern.
A minimalist bathroom with gray walls and a gray dressing table plus attractive black tiled floors for contrast.
Skinny white tiles in a chevron pattern paired with black hexagon tiles on the floor for a chic bathroom look.
Skinny Tiles Clad without Pattern
Wrap your skinny tiles horizontally or vertically if you don’t want a special pattern. Use them on walls, floors, in the bathroom and wherever you want – skinny tiles look attractive on their own and you don’t need anything special to add a bold touch to them.
Use contrast grout if you want to accentuate skinny tiles and feel free to pair them with mosaic tiles in your bathroom. Skinny tiles also look cool with hexagon tiles – they contrast with the shape and make each other look bolder and more dramatic.
A bold contemporary bathroom with skinny white tiles, gray tiles on the floor, and black hardware.
A bold contemporary bathroom with skinny thin and white mismatched tiles plus gray mosaic tile floors.
A fashionable present-day bathrooms with gray floors, dark blue tiled walls, and nice brass touches.
A well-dressed modern bathroom with grey tiles on the floor and white thin tiles on the walls plus niches.
A minimalist chic bathroom with skinny white tiles on the wall and white oval bathtub plus black tiles on the floor.
A stylish modern farmhouse bathroom with white skinny tiles and a mosaic floor is a sophisticated space with an eye-catchy touch.
A chic vintage-inspired bathroom adorned with mint green walls and a turquoise skinny tile wall plus a marble clad sink.
A contemporary bathroom all clad with matte dark skinny tiles and revitalized with light colored wood and white pieces.
A fashionable bathroom with a navy skinny tile statement wall, a live edge floating vanity and a geometric sink.
A contemporary bathroom with matte black skinny tiles on the wall plus a fluctuating wood and marble vanity.
A mid-century modern bathroom with black skinny tiles on the accent wall that contrast white sinks.
A minimalist bathroom completed with grey tiles and white skinny ones for an eye-catchy touch.
A minimalist sink space with white skinny tiles on the wall, catchy mirrors, a grey marble vanity.
A morose bathroom with black thin and glossy tiles on the wall and a concrete fluctuating vanity for a contrast.
A shower space finished with an aged metal wall and a navy skinny tile enunciation wall plus a floating bench of metal.
An art deco bathroom with marble skinny tiles, a bright blue vanity and brass touches here and there.
Revive your modern bathroom with terse blue skinny tiles on the wall emphasized with white mortar.
Green blue skinny tiles clad parallelly paired with white subway tiles make up a stylish look. Photos of DigsDigs.