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latest bathroom tile trends

As the place to prepare ourselves in the morning and a space we retreat to at the end of the day the bathroom gets maximum use in any home, which is why for 2014 the trend is for maximised functionality and amplified space with seamless designs and sleek finishes. Here we share the hottest styles in using bathroom tiles, and how to integrate them into your own space.

  • Matte tiles

Popular right now are the soft, powdery matte finish bathroom tiles in pale neutral or ‘Greige’. Use them for flooring or for walls, or for real luxury use them for both for a seamless look. Floor tiles that runs right into the shower offer a clean, functional style, which works particularly well in a smaller space.

It's 2014's hottest natural material, but real marble can be pricey, so opt for marble effect tiles instead. Our designs, Crema Marfil, Crema Parador, Estuario Neo and Danio Crema, look realistic, offer a classic and timeless style to any bathroom, and are available as both wall tiles and floor tiles. By using the same tiles on all surfaces, your bathroom will feel more spacious and truly chic.

Using sultry monotones in your bathroom can add real depth and drama. Use sleek polished or matte black bathroom tiles for an uber modern look then set it off with modern fixings for a glamorous effect. Continue the chic look with minimalist black accessories. This look is at its best with artificial light, making it a perfect solution for a bathroom with little natural light. Try our exclusive Split range of wall tiles; very contemporary in design and will add impact to any modern bathroom.

Look for fashionable geometric designs of bathroom tile that have a nostalgic character bringing period style into the room and creating a unique finish that creates a real statement. Patterned tiles can be used to add interesting detail to an otherwise simple room, or make a bold statement when used to cover an entire wall.

Natural materials will stand the test of time. Natural stone, slate and other earthy materials are all great options for bathroom tiles that will work for most designs. They are complemented beautifully with other natural materials in the bathroom, oak or reclaimed wood bath panels or vanity, and seagrass storage units.