Mix and Match Tiles- 6 Ways to achieve Bathroom Bliss


There are many different ways to mix and match tiles and once you view the options available it can be mind dazzling. Before you head out shopping for tiles, it’s a good idea to come prepared and have some thoughts on the bathroom look you are wanting to achieve.  A great place to get inspired is looking through interior magazines, reading online blogs and scrolling through the endless bathroom designs on Pinterest and Instagram.  
Once you have decided on your perfect bathroom style, just apply a few simple rules and you’re well on your way to creating your own bathroom bliss.

1. Same Colour Tiles, Different Sizes

If you’re wanting to achieve a timeless bathroom design, this is the look for you.  Floors and walls are draped in the same colour tile, yet different sizes are used on the walls to break up the consistency and to create interest and intrigue.

Hermon Tile Collection

Verona Tile Collection

Rainforest Tile Collection

Valley Tile Collection

2. Feature on the Floor, plain on the Walls

This is an effective way to get creative with your tiles and make the floor the hero of the space.  Wall tiles are kept plain and subtle allowing the floor to shine.

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Beehive Tile Collection

3. Feature Wall Tiles.

Similar to above but in reverse.  Wall tiles are the show-stopper in this bathroom style and floor tiles are kept neutral and plain in colour.

Arcade Tile Collection

Arcade Tile Collection

Bisazza Custom Designed Mosaic Pattern

4. Go Geometric

Geometric tiles can make quite the statement in a bathroom.  Keep colours white to create boldness yet remain elegant and sophisticated

Shapes Tile Collection

5. Marble

Marble tiles create the ultimate luxurious style in your bathroom and look best when used together on floors and walls.  Different marble colours can also be combined  

Del Marmo Tile Collection

Florence Tile Collection

6. Colour

Inject some colour and creativity into your bathroom with stunning bright tiles.  Colour tiles look best when balanced in the space and are mainly concentrated in one area.

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