Different Tile Combinations to Use in Your Next Client Renovation or Remodel Project
White subway tile in a transitional bathroom styled with a pattern marble niche tile for a balanced, neutral tile combinations.
Tile combinations, when used correctly, can add immense character to a space and solidify the personality of the overall design seamlessly. Aside from just creating a beautiful design, picking more than one tile in your client remodel or renovation project allows you flexibility both with the interior style and budget. It’s easy to pair tiles together and today we’re showing you the top-rated tile pairings to inspire you.
Melding together a texture porcelain wall tile with a matte look cement tile (Atlantis Collection), this contemporary bathroom hits all the stop in sleek, stylish design.
In this contemporary bathroom, monochromatic tile combinations fit just right. Mixing together a bold, tropical blue ceramic tile on the bathroom vanity wall and a matte cement look tile on the rest of the bathroom, there’s texture, visual interest and undeniable glamour. The elegant sparkle on the texture tile creates a luxurious touch that allows the wall to dance when the light hits it. While some may shy from using one prominent color in the design, in fear it may overwhelm the space, using an ethereal blue like this adds a sense of lightness and beauty, in balance.
A great way to cohesively combine different metallic shades is to mix up the colors! The above bathroom is a gorgeous example of this. The designers created an industrial bathroom design with a walk-in shower that has steel metallic porcelain wall tiles and white cement look wall tiles. The tile combinations here gives a matching finish that wows.
Nothing beats a geometrically chic bathroom design, especially when it has a neutral aesthetic like this one does.With a unique lineup of marble woven floor tile and an elongated hex tile wall, the bathroom design is something out of a magazine. Using crema marfil tile, there’s a sophisticated style intrinsic to the space, but it’s not overwhelming as the pattern of the wall and floor tiles create a more uplifting appearance. The use of a basketweave tile with contrasting inset on the floor gives the space fluid movement leading the eyes to the hex wall and shower tiles perfectly.
Upscale sophistication found in this shower design featuring a calacatta gold hex mosaic tile (Elba) in a framed design alongside traditional chic glass subway tiles in white.
A mix of fine-cut traditional Calcutta hex marble tiles creates an intricate accent wall in this stunning walk-in shower. With a pencil liner enclosure, the framed tile display serves as a bathroom focal point and elegant shower feature wall. Surrounding the upscale marble tiles with white subway tiles helped the designer stretch the client’s budget and allow the decorative tiles to make an even bigger splash in the space. The result? The perfect tile combination of high-end meets affordability!
Deep contrasts and dimensional texture create a modern, industrial chic bathroom interior with 3D white porcelain wall tiles (Matrix Blanco Wave) and cement look shower wall tiles.
Contrasts in a guest bedroom bathroom is always a good idea. It not only adds a unique storyline to the overall design, but keeps things interesting. This bathroom utilizes the magic of contrasting tile combinations with a sleek, 3-dimensional wall tile and a shower accent tile in a deep, moody black. The space winds up having a futuristic appeal with a total “wow” factor that guests in the home will surely delight in.
Dual hex tile action in this kitchen! Modernized and stylized, the Thassos and Carrara large hexagon floor tiles (Tacoma Park) complement the matching small scale mosaic backsplash tile (Noma) perfectly.
What’s not to love about hexagon tiles? They are a great way to add a geometric touch to any room, and are undeniably pretty to look at. Taking the power of hexagons into consideration, this space went all out. The tile combination seen takes a large scale hexagon marble floor tile and pairs it eloquently with a smaller scale mosaic backsplash with the same hexagonal pattern. Not only does the space have a beautiful symmetry, it also showcases the way hexagon tiles, even when used on all main areas in a kitchen, give off an incredibly chic vibe.
This traditional style basement apartment gets a touch of glam with shimmering white subway tiles on the backsplash in the kitchen paired with ceramic pillow mosaic tiles (White Pillow) as an accent.
A small space kitchen doesn’t have to be dull. Using the right kitchen backsplash tile can make all the difference. This basement apartment’s small kitchen proves just that. Using an ever-chic subway backsplash tile in this white kitchen, the designer added a framed accent tile to the backsplash to give a more captivating perspective. The white 3D ceramic tile works wonders in the space to break up the monotony of a white subway tile backsplash and gives a slightly lux feeling in the process.
Bold meets neutral in this soothing guest bathroom where a French basketweave mosaic tile (Reef Putty) creates a feature wall design that’s striking, combined with a large format marble wall and floor tile.
One of the tile combinations that never gets old is marble tile matching with a mosaic tile. While marble tile tends to have a sophisticated style that lends itself to classiness, mosaic tile has an undeniably artistic feeling, especially with the myriad formats it can be found in. Using this combo, the bathroom above showcases how the two complement one another perfectly. While the bathroom’s floor tile and wall tile are comprised of white marble, the feature wall behind the bathroom vanity is a neutral glass mosaic tile with a basketweave pattern. The result is a perfect fusion of upscale artistry that balances the bathroom interior out.
The use of a sparkling silver mosaic tile (Cordoba Silver) creates a lux touch in this bathroom as a feature wall for a statement in this otherwise soothing beige floor and wall tiles.
Fanciness prevails in this neutral bathroom comprised of stone look porcelain floor and wall tiles topped off with a silver hex mosaic tile. While the overall design is peaceful and zen contemporary, the use of a glamorous silver mosaic feature wall tile gives it the master bathroom a bit more oomph. In the end, the designer was able to show how the right tile combination can break up even the most monochromatic of spaces to breathe a sense of luxury into it!
As muted as they are diverse, spaces covered in neutral tones can have a calming influence on all who enter them. Neutral tiles offer a safe middle ground where everyone is pleased, allowing to create rooms with a great foundation for any decorating style! Take for example the incredible tile combination of the above powder room interior; Using a texture stone look porcelain tile and pairing it with a matte stone look porcelain tile, the room has a natural ambiance that’s both soothing and stylistically sound.
While all white bathroom interiors do have their place in our hearts, we also love when we see a tile combination that has white tile mixed with other neutral tiles to create a welcoming, bright space. Such is the case in this gorgeous traditional style bathroom remodel. Using a white subway tile on the tub surround and wall, the space is given a brighter ambiance that stuns. Then, to add to the mix, there’s a pattern tile border that breaks up the all white design and adds a unique touch. Tying the whole room together is a gorgeous cement look porcelain floor tile. A combination that shows there’s no limit on the way neutral interiors can enhance a master bathroom remodel with tile.
Modern farmhouse meets tile combination perfection in this shower design featuring a ceramic whale tail tile (Plume White) and herringbone white mosaic wall tile.
This stunning shower wall tile design uses a tile combination that’s perfectly aligned for the modern farmhouse style it’s going for. Using a gorgeous white subway tile on the main shower walls, the design is timeless, and classic. Pairing this with our Plume White ceramic tile and matching sage green ceramic pencil liner, the shower gets a tile niche that stuns. With a glazed finish and subtle crackle appearance, the result is a unique, handmade-like touch that elevates the overall country aesthetic!
Using a mosaic shell tile (Seagate) as a shower accent against the marble wall tile, this white bathroom remodel is given a stylish twist that adds to the overall tranquil design.
The shimmering shell tile shower niche adds a lux touch, while the white subway tile ties in with the bathtub to keep the look stylish, chic and sound. Adding a mother of pearl mosaic tile is a great way to give a shower design texture and depth, making the glistening design the focal point of the bathroom. The complementary white bathtub with marble tile surround and silver hardware is a great way to tie together the entire design giving it an upscale, spa-like feel!
With perfectly imperfect textures this bathroom is given a unique imprint by use of gray zellige ceramic tiles (Satin Blanc) and black zellige ceramic tiles.
A bathroom design for the tile combinations book! Adding the elegance of ceramic tile with the natural finish of a handmade appearance, the two tones of zellige ceramic tiles come together to create an organic infusion in this room. The subtle color is a great way to make a statement in an understated way, which is ideal for clients who crave just a little impact in their design. With a lively touch, the use of a black square ceramic tile around the hardware and a complementary neutral ceramic tile on the bathroom wall, it’s a great testament to using multiple tiles of a similar style in a design.
Glamorous powder room complete with a tile combination that wows; woven black and white floor tiles and beveled 3×6 Carrara marble wall tiles.
In this black-and-white powder room, things are as opulent as it gets. Marble may be the material of choice for any luxury bathroom design, but its application here takes it to new heights because it forces the eye to travel, captivating guests immediately. Using a tile combination of beveled marble subway tile on the walls and pairing it with a beautiful black and white hexagon floor tile, the space, although smaller, has depth and the appearance of more square footage. The elegant bathroom vanity adds a nice touch to the overall Hollywood glam level interior to tie things together and make anyone feel like royalty as they wash their hands.
Now that you’re acclimated with the many options of tile combinations to use in your next design, we bet you feel ready for design, don’t you? That’s our hope, at least! If you want even more options, be sure to check out our on-site tile design gallery to keep getting more inspired. If you see something you love, be sure to email: info(at)mir-mosaic(dot)com for more information on purchasing!
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