Choosing the right tiles for any bathroom can have a big impact on the overall design and style, as well as the visual impact the space will create. There are a range of effective tiling choices available, but natural pattern tiles are gaining popularity, especially in contemporary bathroom spaces. Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about using natural pattern tiles in a contemporary bathroom.
What are the effective options for using natural pattern tiles in a contemporary bathroom?
Using natural patterned tiles in a contemporary bathroom can be a fantastic design choice, despite these tiles often being more closely linked to traditional design. This is because minimalistic natural patterned tiles, and those with a focus on simple design, can support contemporary design principles effectively. As a result you should consider:
- Foliage designs instead of floral patterns- for contemporary design, opting for foliage patterns like leaves or vines can be much more effective than floral prints. This is because flowers and heavily floral printed patterns are more strongly associated with traditional design, and also because foliage patterns tend to be more subtle, simple, and minimalist. These are key attributes for any contemporary design.
- Geometric styled patterns- Geometric patterns are based on shape and can be very effective for contemporary spaces, but these can also use natural patterns too, creating leaf outlines with shape and line design. This brings an unusual blend of design styles to create an effect that can be very visually striking.
- Feature tiling- when using natural pattern tiling in a contemporary bathroom space it can be a better option to apply this as feature tiling to ensure that the visual effect is not overwhelming. This instead can be a very effective choice for shower tiling or tiles around the bath or sink, instead of for all the walls or floor. This way the design of the tiles will create contrast and visual interest
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