Top 10 Bold Bathrooms
Loud and proud, these bright and bold bathroom tile designs are ready to make a big statement. Whether they’re filled with big swaths of color, large-scale patterns, and imaginative shapes, bathrooms are the perfect place to rethink tile. We’ve collected some of our favorites to spark your daring design side (cue Justina Blakeney’s jungalicious take on Fireclay Tile).
Ever seen fishscale tile in this scale? All you need is one wall to make a bold statement. We love this Ogee Drop-inspired bathroom tile wall with its bright tangerine and coral blend. Natural variation almost give it a shimmery effect.
This candy-colored herringbone shower tile is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth. It’s all the more bold against the rest of the home’s white yet whimsical interior.
If our bathroom could be a vacation, it would look something like this. Handpainted wall and floor tile gets a tropical flourish when it’s surrounded with lush greenery.
One of our favorite Fireclay Tile partnerships, designer Chase Daniel’s bathroom remodel took our trendsetting triangle tile and made it into a soothing yet striking mosaic.
This bathroom’s eclectic blend of geometric red and white tile and vintage accents feels both chic and unique.
Black can be bold too. Paired with wallpaper adorned with oversized blue fronds, this black bathroom’s tile wainscoting adds a sophisticated anchor to the space.
We don’t see sideways herringbone often, which is why this striped chevron tile is all the more striking. Pastels with a strike of black help to soften the bold zigzag pattern.
Pink is all the rage right now, and we couldn’t be more on board. This modern bathroom gets the perfect color treatment with a blend of matte hexagon floor tile and an offset backsplash.
We cap off this bold bathroom list with one of our favorite installations to date, this lush meets luxe bathroom retreat featuring a custom handpainted Old Cairo design. Use our Color-It! Tool to customize your own bold palette--once you start, you won’t want to stop.