Tiles are almost always the go-to choice of material for bathrooms and showers in particular. They’re practical, long-lasting and easy to clean and they come in a wide variety of colors, patterns, textures, sizes, styles and even materials. Tiled shower walls have never looked so beautiful so let’s see how you too could take advantage of all the different options to make your bathrooms look extra stylish.
The shower tiles form here a beautiful design and stands out from typical repetitive patterns and brings an old-school vibe to the bathroom. At the same time, the gray nuance on the rest of the walls combined with the dark wooden flooring looks amazing. This is a design created by studio Louise Walsh.
It’s quite interesting the way this shower nook is not fully enclosed and remains open to the rest of the bathroom yet looks like its own little space with individuality and character. The green mosaic shower tiles contrast with the wooden flooring the gray walls around it. This is a design by MR Architecture + Decor.
There’s something wonderful about this patchwork tile design. It gives the bathroom walls a stone-like vibe and the colors are simple yet not without character. The shower partition is part solid wall and part glass which gives some privacy without making the space seem tiny. Check out the rest of this house on Shootfactory.
Subway tiles are forever stylish and look exquisite in kitchen as well as in bathrooms. Whether you put tiles on all the walls of the bathroom or just the shower walls it will most definitely look elegant and classy, as exemplified here by Espacio en Blanco.
Subway tiles can be arranged in a variety of patterns. The one featured on these shower walls still have some of the simple and timeless charm of the classic subway tile pattern but with a bit of a twist. The golden accents really bring out the elegance in the space. This was created by studio moss Design.
Marble is forever classy and looks beautiful on backsplashes, countertops and tiled shower walls. In this bathroom designed by Michael Habachy the marble and glass shower enclosure complements the wooden floor, black and white vanity and textured brick wall.
Showers with wall tiles that match the floor have a nice simplistic look. The uniform design is nice if you want to maintain a minimalist appearance and to only use a single color or pattern. This is a design completed by Jonathan Lake Architects and the color of choice is a dark shade of brown.
A double-height warehouse space was converted into an apartment by designer Paola Navone and, as you can imagine, the space is pretty unique. This shower area is spacious and we love the square wall tiles and the different patterns on the floor tiles. It’s a cool combo with lots of charm.
With so many different options to choose from you can even a pick for your shower area and go with it. How about a nature-inspired design with a green ceiling, wooden flooring and textures walls that look like these? This right here is a very cool design created by Andrea Castrignano.
This is a case where the house and implicitly this wonderful shower area was designed from the outside in, meaning the materials and colors featured inside are chosen to complement the exterior and are inspired by the surroundings. The wood-like pattern gives the shower and bathroom in general a very warm and welcoming feel. This was a project by Jamie Bush & Co.
A light color palette often suits the shower wall tiles, especially in combination with glass enclosures. This way the whole space can look airy and open and the transition is seamless. If you like the simple look, perhaps a Scandinavian-style interior design is for you.
This is a rather stark look for a bathroom, with colors and finishes which don’t really inspire a very warm look yet manage to create a welcoming decor. The shower tiles and floor match the rest of the bathroom which in combination with the glass dividers allow to blend in seamlessly. This is just a section of the beautiful design created by design studio Workroom.
Hexagon-shaped shower tiles – now that’s interesting. Of course, it’s not just the shape of the tiles and the honeycomb pattern on the walls that make this design look beautiful but the entire setup, with the glass, the wood, the golden accents and crisp white details. This is a design created by Lenka Míková.
Speaking of unusual tile shapes and patterns, there are plenty of options to choose from. The herringbone pattern definitely has a nice look, with a certain rustic vibe to it but there’s also the scalloped tile design that actually suits the shower walls really well. You can mix and match different designs and patterns to ultimately create an original look that suits your space.