Bathroom tile trends are changing with the times, and what’s trending now leans toward fresh and new—straying from dated square, white subway tiles. Consider these tile trends for the latest look with your bathroom remodel.

Patterned Tiles

Patterned ceramic wall and floor tiles help you create a custom look to set your bathroom apart from all others. They are great for highlighting the unique architectural features of your room.

Matte Finishes

Matte finishes are classy and sleek, but they make a powerful statement in opposition to the glossy over-tiled look of yesterday’s bathroom. The added bonus is that they are easy to clean and maintain.

Completely Neutral Color Palette 

Create an elegant and charming look by using a monochromatic color scheme. Build this modern look on texture instead of color.

Vertical Layouts

A vertical layout gives the illusion of height. This can be beneficial in a room that can at times feel confining. Your vanity will seem taller and your shower will feel more spacious.

Inky Blue Wall Tiles

Beautiful shades of blue are perfect for any bathroom. The feel they provide is cool, crisp, and clean. They are perfect for a modern look that takes your mind on a little vacation to the Mediterranean.

Glass Mosaic Accents

Use glass mosaic accents to add a pop of color to your shower or a wall that needs a little pizazz.

Tiling an Entire Space Instead of Containing Tiles to One Area

Use the same tiles throughout the room, rather than choosing a different look for the shower, walls, and floors. This is easier on the eyes and makes the room seem more pulled together.

Shaped or Textured Tiles

Choosing a tile with a more modern look is an easy way to put a spin on a traditional look. Hexagonal tiles are hot in 2019, and a variety of textured tiles have hit the market.

Stacked Tiles

Instead of staggering tiles, stack them to create a more uniform look and clean finish.

Wooden Effect Tiles 

These tiles provide the elegance you are looking for in a wood floor, but the durability of ceramic tile for the bathroom.

Industrial Metal

If you want to make a bold statement in your room, this look is for you. The dynamic look of industrial metal edging is ultra-modern, yet timeless.

Herringbone Tiles

Herringbone tile trends are building sleek style aesthetics on a classic, beloved design. The pattern should be kept subtle and modern, so they don’t appear overly busy.

Crosshatch Tiles 

Crosshatch is similar in appearance to herringbone, but with a unique twist. Just remember to keep the rest of the room simple, so the pattern is not hard on the eyes.

Large Format Tiles

Use large format tiles to cover large areas and make small spaces appear larger. They also make cleaning easier, with fewer grout lines to require scrubbing.

Marble Stone Tiles

Marble and stone are natural elements that perfectly suit the modern spa feel. They look best when paired with wood effect flooring.

Long, Narrow Subway Tiles

These rectangular tiles are a perfect way to keep that classic subway tile look, while absolutely modernizing the feel. They work well for the entire room, or as an accent wall.