Inspiring Bathrooms With Geometric Tiles

Bathrooms come in many shapes, sizes, colors and styles. Lately I have been seeing a lot of geometric tiles in bathrooms and I’m a fan. The look of your bathroom can change dramatically by using the right tiles.

Geometric tiles on the floor is something you usually see in a bathroom (or kitchen) but now I also see more and more great patterns on the bathroom walls. Most of the time you would choose either floor ór walls otherwise you migh get a geometeric overdose, but if you do it well you can spice up both floor and walls in a cool pattern.

In this post I show some of my favourite geometric bathrooms I’ve seen lately. From monochrome herringbone patterns to colorful designs there’s bathroom inspiration for everyone.


A monochrome bathroom look with black, white & grey geometric floor tiles and a black ceiling (photo: Bjurfors)

Black & white and blue geometric bathroom tiles. On the first picture you’ll first notice the floor tiles but the black wall tiles seem to have a herringbone pattern for making it a little bit special.

These pictures show you can go as wild or mild as you want. From floor to ceiling geometric tiles to half-tiled walls or only geomteric floor tiles.

(photos: Melissa Keller, pinterest, Petra Bindel, Lucas Allen)


Go colorful with retro-style floor tiles (photo: Romain Ricard)

Don’t be afraid of color in your bathroom. And make it extra special by using geometric tiles. (photos: Mosaïque Surface, M.E. Tile, Double G, Elizabeth Roberts)


A retro look in this bathroom by Wescover

photos: Jenna Wright (see home tour here), Emily Gilbert, Sköna Hem, Megan Taylor)


A bathroom with an industrial look and geometric tiles (photo: Alan Jensen)

photos: pinterest, Yvonne Wilhelmsen, Paul Raeside, Marco Ricca)


A black and white bathroom with geometric tiles (photo: Stephanie Powell)

Pink & green (photos: Pinterest & Kast Concrete Basins


A small bathroom with geometric floor tiles (photo: P. Wessel)

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  1. Hello, Can I please enquire as to where the tan, black, grey and marble tiles came from?

    Kind regards

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