An alternative to traditional bathroom flooring is concrete. These oversized concrete tiles create a consistent feel throughout the room, while still offering the practicality that is expected from their ceramic counterparts.
Alan Hilsabeck, Jr.
Pebble Stone Tile
When traditional tilework simply will not do, opting for pebble stone tile may make all the difference. In this simple and serene bathroom, the pebble floor is not the focal point but is rather the thread that sews the entire room together.
Shelly Riehl David
Having a soft, neutral tile in your bathroom is an excellent way to visually expand the space. Plus, this standard tile design can help subdue a more visually stimulating room.
In many rooms, the tilework may simply provide a necessary background, but in this bathroom the ceramic tiles add quite a bit to the mood. The stunning light gray tiles in this room reflect both the natural light pouring in from the window and the soft light of the chandelier.
If you prefer to have a consistent look in your bathroom, start with the tile. The 12x12 ceramic tile flooring in the bathroom coordinates nicely with the tilework within the shower without appearing too identical.
In this nature-inspired bathroom, the shower floor is covered in soft pebbles to give the allure of showering alfresco. Exotic marble flooring in the vanity area brings a luxurious touch to the space. Design by Sarah Richardson
Functional and Stylish
Some flooring proves to be both stylish and functional. These large multi-toned, dark gray tiles have a little texture on top that can easily hide dirt and prevent slipping.
Feel free to express your design creativity in the bathroom through the tilework. In this spacious master bathroom, the homeowners use a vine border to create interest and bring the room to life.
River Rock Floor
A river rock floor is a less expensive way to add a luxurious look to a bathroom. Designer Mark Zancanaro paired the floor with slate and tumbled marble shower walls for a cohesive look.
Bamboo Tile Bathmat
For a textured look, incorporate a built-in bathmat made from Sobu bamboo tiles. Designer Gladys Schanstra kept the entire space neutral, giving the space a calm, serene feel.