Creative Glass Tile Design Ideas to Jazz up Your Bathroom

No one likes a drab bathroom. From stale cabinetries to plain old ugly color choices, it’s so easy to fall in that rut where your bathroom becomes a place that you dread to even step foot into. The good news is that a major overhaul isn’t required to spruce up your bathroom. It can be as simple as changing up the tiles. With tons of options to choose from, you really can get creative with different types of tile such as glass, porcelain and ceramic tiles. Take a look at some of these ways to get thinking about how you can jazz up your bathroom!

Create a Border with Glass Tiles

If you don’t want to do major updates, then creating a border of tiles is a good way to give your bathroom a mini face-lift. The benefits of this design idea are that you’ll refresh the bathroom’s appearance without committing as much labor or money. Lay down a strip of vibrant glass tiles around your shower shelving or all around the bathroom. While it’s a small tweak, tile borders still have the power to make a big impact. They create uniformity while adding some extra color into the room.

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Choose Versatile Porcelain Tiles for Your Floor

Porcelain tiles have long been trusted as tough, durable and reliable. They are a solid and practical tile choice, but they’re also highly versatile in terms of appearance. With today’s printing technology, these tiles can come in a dizzying array of patterns and styles. Have you ever entertained the thought of having wood flooring in the bathroom? Well, that’s possible with wood look porcelain tiles. These tiles contain the exact details of natural wood, so you wouldn’t even know they were porcelain by looking at them. You can also find tiles that look like marble, stone, cement and more. This way, you can mimic the appearance of wood on your floor with the durability of porcelain.

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Tile the Shower Area to Make a Big Splash

Add major contrast by tiling the shower area from top to bottom. Not only will this create a striking look, it also creates distinct areas and zones within the bathroom. You can go about this in a few ways. You can choose matching wall, floor and shower tiles to create a cohesive look. Or, choose a completely contrasting shape and colored tile to distinguish the shower area.

Mix & Match Tiles to Make a Unique Design

Who says you have to stick to just one type of tile? There are so many tile options available, it’d be understandable if you wanted to mix and match them in your bathroom. Think about penny round tiles for your floor and then subway tiles for your walls. You’ll be adding a hint of retro and a dash of modern all at once. The possibilities are really endless, so you can end up with a truly unique design that won’t be seen elsewhere.

Use Glass Tiles to Create a Statement Wall

Since glass tiles are an ideal choice for bathroom wall tiles, consider picking a glossy tile that adds shine into the bathroom. If you’d like a really bold and lavish appearance, take a look at mosaic glass tiles. One of the pros of glass is that it reflects light. This is a plus for those of you with smaller bathrooms — it will brighten up the room and create the illusion of a larger space. Install these tiles by the sink area with some attractive lighting fixtures and mirrors. The light will illuminate the glass tiles, bringing in extra shine and vibrancy. With these fixes, it’s no doubt that you’ll have a designer bathroom.

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Contrary to what some people think, it really doesn’t take much to create a bathroom that can be considered a retreat. Not everyone has the time or the budget to undergo a full renovation, so selecting the perfect tiles can make a big difference. All it takes is the willingness to play around with tile colors, shapes and sizes. Don’t be afraid to create patterns with tiles, either. Long gone are the days of cold and boring bathrooms. Homeowners and designers have embraced adding personality and beauty into this room, so why shouldn’t you do the same?