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bathroom tile ideas

June 10, 2009

Now that the tub is in, the plumbing has been re-done, and the walls will be put back in place today, it’s almost time to tile! I’ve been searching the internet for a bit of subway/hex tile inspiration, and thought I’d share some of my favorites with you!

I like the floral border in this one, and how it coordinates with the stripe on the wall. And actually, this color is reminiscent of our old toilet, sink, and tub. If only we’d have found this tile job under the carpet that was glued to the walls – we would have polished it up and kept it all!

(From malamutechaos on Flickr)

And this picture makes me wish we had time to special-order light gray or blue tile for the bathroom. I would sprinkle some of these flowery shapes throughout the bathroom floor. But! We’re still not living at the house, and at this point, we’re choosing readily available supplies over those that we’d have to wait for.

(From yecatsml on Flickr)

I love the border on this floor, too. How cute is the little chain of flowers?

(From awnisALAN on Flickr)

I like this mix of flowers and dots. Earlier today, I marked off a pattern like this for our bathroom, and Jason gave me a not gonna happen look. So it might be back to the drawing board.

(From bitchcakesny on Flickr)

This bathroom showed up on Design Sponge as I was preparing this post. I love the dotted border around the edge of the room. I wonder if this counts as less elaborate and is therefore something that my husband would allow? We’ve agreed on most things so far, but will be compromising on floor tile design, sink type (wall-mounted vs pedestal), and whether to insert a glass tile border near the edge of the white subway tile that we’ll be installing on the walls and bathtub. Stay tuned as I put my powers of persuasion to work!

(From Design Sponge)

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  1. July 7, 2009 3:11 am

    Followed your link from the Inspired Room and enjoyed all your inspirational and creative posts. Doing a great job on your renovations, nothing nicer than making a nice home for yourself and your family.

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