How To Use Blue Bathroom Tiles In A Way That Isn’t Boring

The bathroom and the tiles go hand in hand and some would say one isn’t really complete without the other. Most often than not this is true as tiles are found in most bathrooms in various different forms and proportions. In each case a decision has to be made regarding the type of tile, the color and the pattern in which they are laid. 

Bathroom Tiles

Tile patterns like herringbone, chevron, grids, diamond or basket weave help us visual interest and character to the bathroom. The same thing can be said about the color of the tiles. Colors are very powerful and they’re crucial in the world of interior design. Blue in particular is a beautiful tile color which suits the bathroom more than any other nuance.

13 Decor Ideas Featuring Blue Bathroom Tiles

Blue and Yellow bold colors and patterns

Bold colors and patterns Bathroom Tiles

The blue tiles are just a portion of what makes this bathroom stand out. The rich coloring, high gloss finish and the grid and diagonal patterns in which the tiles are arranged are displayed in a rather unexpected manner. There’s a lot more to explore in this bold bathroom designed by Studio Ezra.

A classic design with blue tile shade accents

A classic bathroom design with cheerful tile accents

The blue-green tiles were used in this case by studio Landed Interiors to add a cheerful and joyful twist to what is otherwise a very simple and classic bathroom design. The vertical pattern of the tiles puts an emphasis on the height of the walls helping to make the elongated bathroom feel bigger.

A mesmerizing color for tiles

Bathroom with A mesmerizing color - Walk in shower - Full Wall Tiled - Black frame window

There’s a ton of color variations to take into equation if you want a blue bathroom and some of these nuances are nothing short of mesmerizing. Cyan is a perfect example. It’s bold, bright and breathtaking in the right context. Here it is featured on the subway tiles of this chic bathroom shower done by studio Ellen Hanson Designs.

Beauty in diversity

Beauty in diversity

This dark and toned down shade of blue is a perfect color for highlighting all these mind-bending tile patterns in the bathroom designed by Redmond Aldrich. The white grout lines help to differentiate an accent wall, the beauty of which is magnified by this large gold-trimmed mirror.

Bold and glamorous

Bold and glamorous

There’s multiple ways in which one can emphasize a color in interior design. In the case of this bathroom the team at STUDIO/LIFESTYLE went all out and covered the walls in these rich blue tiles from top to bottom. Their color is complemented by glamorous golden accents and by the elegance and perpetual of beauty of marble.

Light and darkness in harmony

In addition to showcasing a beautiful color palette centered around blue and grey tones, this modern bathroom by studio Briony Fitzgerald Design also plays with the concepts of light and darkness. The dark colors of the walls turn the window into a mysterious and almost blinding visual element when it’s sunny outside.

Classic with a twist

At first glance this may seem like just another classic and average bathroom but a closer look reveals subtle details that make this space transformed by studio AP Design House quite special. The stone tiles in a light grey and blue checkerboard pattern give the space a heavy and authentic vibe. 

A striking accent wall

Adopting a minimalist style often means that color is concentrated in specific parts and features of a space like this bold and eye-catching accent wall of the bathroom designed by Rina Lovko. The wall actually turns the bathroom into the most colorful room of the entire apartment.

Walls that tell a story

In interior design every detail is intentional. Designers tell stories and create unique experiences by carefully selecting the materials, textures and colors that go into a room. Some elements make this quite clear, like this magnificent blue tile mural created by studio tnp arquitectura as part of the reconstruction of the Palacete de Santa Catarina in Lisbon.

Making a statement

A small bathroom or a powder room may first seem like an inconvenience but actually these would be the perfect spaces where you can make a statement through color, pattern or other interesting design choices. Blue tiles mixed with stylish gold fixtures and accessories look exquisite as demonstrated here by studio @sisalla_interior_design.

Vintage accents

Blue bathroom tiles can also be strategically used to give this space a vintage vibe or to complement a retro decor. In this design shared by @thebrightonbathco the vivid color of the wall tiles give this bathroom a modern look and acts as a bridge between two contrasting styles. 

Blue and gold combos

Blue and gold combos

If you want to add a touch of glamour and style to your bathroom a great way to do it is by incorporating blue and gold accents in the design. These two complement each other beautifully and there’s lots of interesting variations that can be created based on that, like what you see in this bathroom shared by @periodpropertystore.

Seamless wall to floor transition

Seamless wall to floor transition

In this beautiful bathroom designed by Lewis / Schoeplein architects what stands out apart from the magnificent geometric pattern of the blue tiles is the seamless transition between the accent wall and the floor. By using the same tiles and pattern for these surfaces the designer managed to create a very immersive decor.

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