Tiling your bathroom floor is not just a practical idea, but it can also add style and character to your bathroom. Appropriate bathroom tiling can add to the atmosphere of a bathroom, creating a luxurious, or a relaxed feel. So when choosing your bathroom floor tiles, you should consider the overall effect you are aiming for. And here at Tiles 2 Go, we have a huge range of tiles, perfect for any tiling theme. As a result, we have produced this guide to tiling ideas for the bathroom floor.
What are the different design options for bathroom floor tiling?
For bathroom floor tiling there are a number of effective layout and design options. These include:
- The herringbone tiling layout
- Stone effect floor tiles
- Timber effect floor tiles
- Large format tiles
- Modular tiles
- Grid layout tiles
The herringbone tiling layout for bathroom floors
For bathroom floors, the herringbone tiling layout can be really effective. This is created by turning the rectangular subway or metro tiles at a 45 degree angle and laying them end to end, creating a repeating V pattern. This is a really effective way to use tiles in an unusual way and it is a tiling pattern that really suits a range of bathroom styles, from the most contemporary, to the most traditional. It all depends on the type of tile you choose. In fact, timber effect floor tiles laid in a herringbone layout can be a fantastic choice.
Large format tiles for bathroom floors
In a large or medium sized bathroom, you can use large format tiles to your advantage. These will celebrate your bathroom size, and your bathroom floor will not be broken up with numerous grout lines. As a result, large format tiles create an almost continuous tiling effect. Available in stone and timber effect, these tiles can add a neutral, natural feel to any bathroom.
Grid layout tiling for bathroom floors
A popular layout for bathroom floor tiles is the grid layout. This is simple straight lay, and it provides a neutral floor that allows a feature wall or splash back zone to really stand out. So if you want to make your tiling impression elsewhere, why not choose neutral square tiles and use the simple grid layout to tile your floor?
For more information or advice, get in touch with the experts today, here at Tiles 2 Go.