Used for nearly every bathroom surface from flooring and shower walls to tub surrounds, countertops and backsplashes, tile can make a significant impact on your bath's style and function.
Find a range of styles, colors and prices.6 Options: Cheap to Steep
Durable, beautiful stone tile is quickly becoming a preferred surface for bathroom floors.Travertine, Slate and Marble
A well-loved option, ceramic tile never goes out of style.Mix and Match to Update the Look of Ceramic
Tile lends color and texture to nearly all bathroom surfaces, including countertops and backsplashes.
Get all the info you'll need on ceramic tile bathroom countertops, and get ready to install a beautiful and durable countertop in your bath space.
This bathroom has handmade, green-glazed tiles and copper faucets. It has a rich palette, and is an unusual combination for a bathroom. Everything in the whole room is custom-made, which brings it to a certain level of luxury that my clients have come to expect from me.
Ideal for busy baths, tile is resistant to heat, impervious to water and easy to clean.
A vogue, hip master bath results from tile work and an unusual ceiling treatment.
A luxurious bathroom flooring option, stone tile offers natural beauty and unmatched durability.
Available in many styles and finishes, porcelain tile is a versatile and durable bathroom flooring option.
A classic option for bathroom floors, ceramic floor tile patterns are available in many styles to complement any design.
In this bath, large, light-colored floor tiles make the small space feel larger. Darker tiles form the countertop on the his-and-hers vanity, and a mosaic tile backsplash gives color and texture. Modern pendants add a splash of style over each sink.
A staple of stylish baths, tile is ideal for virtually any surface including countertops.
This classic choice for bathroom floors offers durability and a variety of designs.
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