• Sheena Hanks

Bathroom Tile Trends for 2020

Updated: Oct 29, 2019

Picking tiles that you want for your bathroom that won't look dated can be tricky, but if done right, it can give you an individual and classic look that will look great for many years. The following tile trends for 2020 will not only stand the test of time, but they will also keep your bathroom looking up to date for years to come.

Subway Tiles

These are like an old pair of trusty denim jeans, an essential in every bathroom. They never go out of trend and now there are more colours, sizes, shapes and textures than ever before. Mix it up with a vertical lay or a herringbone lay instead of the traditional brick stack to give it something different. Mix up contrasting grouts to give it a more modern feel yet maintaining the traditional look.

Sculptural Tiles

These tiles can add a real focal point to a room. They give texture to what would be an otherwise plain wall. Use neutral or muted colours to give the room a sophisticated feel and make a real feature of a wall be taking them all the way to the ceiling. They can be a bit difficult to clean, however, so best left to the dry areas of the bathroom

New Deco Tiles

This trend is a reinvention of the classic art deco trend of the 1930s. It incorporates bold colours and metallics and goes wonderfully with brushed gold tapware. To get this trend to work for you, pair your bold feature tile with a white gloss tile so the space has a classy look that lasts for years.

Timber tiles

These porcelain tiles are a wonderful way to incorporate timber into your bathroom. They won't rot or warp unlike traditional timber over time and can help create a soothing and relaxing feel to your bathroom. Timber never goes out of style so these are guaranteed to look fantastic for years to come.


Bathroom tile trends are stepping away from the mundane beige, white and grey colour schemes as people are looking to make a statement. Colours such as pink, green blue and black are featuring more and more in bathrooms today. Pastel colours create a subtle difference and a calm feeling in the space, where a strong blue or green can really grab one's attention.

As you can see, there is so much choice when it comes to tiles for your bathroom. It can be overwhelming to try and decide, especially if you’re unsure about your own individual style and what will work in your home.

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