Bathroom tiles form a considerable part of your bathroom renovation budget. To maximise your investment and minimise the hassle of replacing them, you’ll want to choose tiles that you’re going to love for a long time to come.

Whether you're renovating a small bathroom, an en-suite or a larger space, we’ve chosen 8 of our favourite bathroom tile ideas to bring your walls, floors and shower unit to life - both now and in the future.

Marble bathroom tiles

Contemporary Fitted Sandwashed White and Flat Grey

Marble or marble effect bathroom tiles offer a timeless elegance that is sure to age well. Paired with a neutral colour palette, they enable you to update your bathroom look with trend-led accessories (such as peony linen and copper detailing), without changing any of the fixtures or fittings.

Metro bathroom tiles

Qube Freestanding Midnight Grey Gloss

Though metro tiles (or subway tiles as they are also known) have become increasingly popular through 2020, their simple design means that they will undoubtedly remain a strong tile choice for some time to come, with neutral colours such as white and grey enhancing their longevity.

Wood effect bathroom tiles

Contemporary Fitted Sandwashed White and Flat White

Wood effect bathroom tiles are a fantastic way of incorporating natural (yet water resistant) finishes into your decor. Consider using them across your floor and feature wall for a luxurious, impactful and seamless aesthetic.

Stone bathroom tiles

i-Line Modular Midnight Grey Gloss and Black Linear

Stone or stone effect bathroom tiles offer stunning texture, which when paired with sleek fixtures and fittings provide an incredible visual juxtaposition. Available in a variety of colours, opt for cool tones or warm hues depending on the atmosphere you want to create.

Geometric bathroom tiles

Halo Daisy White Gloss

Triangular, hexagonal, chevron, curved or irregular - geometric (or angular) bathroom tiles will certainly bring your bathroom up to date. Be bold and playful, incorporating various shapes and colours, or opt for a single style across the board for a classic look.

Rustic bathroom tiles

Halo Sandwashed White

Rustic bathroom tiles use various materials (stone, wood effect, red brick etc.) The one thing they all have in common is a distressed and/or sepia-toned aesthetic. For a more polished rustic feel, choose metallic or terracotta-coloured tiles, paired perfectly with concrete effect surfaces.

Patterned bathroom tiles

Downton Classical English Duck Egg

Terrazzo or talavera, 2020 has seen a huge surge in the desirability of patterned bathroom tiles. Perfect for floors and walls, they typically work well in mediterranean style interiors, however we also love their use in this duck egg blue farmhouse bathroom.

Herringbone bathroom tiles

Contemporary Fitted Sandwashed White

Herringbone bathroom tiles fuse together the simplicity of their metro-style cousins with geometric structure. These eye-catching tiles look fantastic in neutral tones and boast a contemporary feel that would refresh any bathroom.

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