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Decorative Stone Pebble Tile

Because the floor is so striking, the rest of the bathroom can stay fairly minimalist and still feel updated and modern. Bathrooms are often a great place to experiment with new patterns and styles in your home. This bathroom from ck_homestyle features wonderful aqua starburst wall tiles that work so well with the traditional subway shower and the penny tile floor. Can you imagine washing away your week’s stress in this bathroom from Mindy Gayer? We love the blend of old and new with the pure white subway tile wall paired with a vintage-inspired Moroccan tile floor. This gives the space personality while still keeping it relatively neutral and calming.

While we typically see small hexagon tiles like these from milesminnophotography in flooring or showers, we love how beautiful they look as a backsplash against this elegant blue vanity. This look is better for a larger bathroom, as a smaller tile will leave you with a lot of grout lines that could look busy in a small bathroom. Take a look at this lovely bathroom by russo_residentialthat features a leaf-patterned tile that’s as unique as it is beautiful. Though a hand-painted tile like this one will cost you more, it’s a great way to add in more design to your bathroom without the use of wall art. Plus, once you splurge on such a beautiful tile, your decorating is basically already done. Not only do we love the mint green hue of the tiles in this bathroom from thehomeleehouse, but we love the herringbone pattern that gives the space a lot of visual interest.

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You can finally have that wood tile shower you always wanted. Take a look at these 25 wood tile showers for your rustic bathroom to help you create a beautiful rustic spa in your own home. This is exactly what is sounds like – pebbles embedded in grout. This shower flooring option gives the bathroom an organic look that’s warm and elegant. And because the pebbles are 100% natural, every stone and every bathroom is distinctive and unique.

Regardless of the color scheme of your bathroom, you’ll find wood tiles that work with your current color scheme and shower fixture. Remember, wood comes in a whole selection of shades, so you can opt for light and bright wood or go for something darker to create a rustic look. There are also some great faux wood options available today, which will last for years to come, thanks to their ceramic material. However you choose to incorporate wood into your next bathroom makeover, you’ll be surprised by how it can completely transform any bathroom space with just this simple touch. Normandy Remodeling shares this porcelain wood tile shower. Oftentimes, these tiles are just used on the floor, but as you can see, they look great in this shower too.

The pebble floor has the same texture and color as the shower, but it has a lot more texture and color. It is also very easy to clean, so you can take the pebble floor away from the water. The pebble floor is more about the color than it is about the shower itself, which is why it is so very, very popular. The floor is made of wood, and the tile that is used is also wood, and the wood has a natural stain, so the colors look incredibly natural.