6. Yellow Maze
Soft yellows with an intriguing maze-like patchwork makes for a fabulous feature floor. Brasilia in yellow from Popham Design (Worldwide) makes up the maze below, though a similar effect can be achived with Centina in Caffelatte and Autumn Sun from Elisa Passino (Europe) and Gensi Decor Terra Rainbow from Sartoria (Europe).
7. Beautifully Blue
Vibrant blue patterns contrasted against white tiles and fixtures makes for a marvellous space. The bathroom below features Midnight Blue from Jatana Interiors (Australia) but a similar look can be achieved with Cement Cross Federal Blue Square from Clé Tile (USA) and Ric Rac Glacier Mint Two from Bert & May (UK).
8. Monochrome Stripes
Mix up a striped floor with folds and angles. Create the look below with Nolita from Tilebar (USA), Fold in Pure White and Soot from Marrakech Designs (Worldwide), or Zebra from Otto Tiles & Design (UK).
9. Block Colour
Add a punch of colour to a white bathroom by decorating the floor in a block tone. Burnt orange and red tiles like the ones used below are both rich and striking. Recreate this look with Liberty Brick Roosevelt from Clé Tile (USA), Garnet Herringbone from Bert & May (UK), and deep red brick tiles from Arto Brick (USA).
10. Blue Stripey Hex
These tiles offer a variety of layout options for use on their own or in combination with block colours and decors. The bathroom below uses Kimono B in Pigeon Blue and White from Marrakech Design (Worldwide), although Neapolitan Porcelain Blue from Ca Pietra (Europe) and Zipline Sky from Claybrook Studio (UK) are strikingly similar.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2021.