We’ve been over the benefit of using tiles in your bathroom many times – they’re resilient, they bring in color, they’re easy to clean, and they add a sophisticated look to your space.
One of the more distinct ways you can include tiles in your bathroom design is to use the same tiles on the floors and the walls. It creates a cohesive look and can make a bold statement if you choose to use a bright color. Here are 14 examples of bathrooms that have used the same tiles on both the floors and the ceilings.
1. Not only have the same patterned green tiles been used on the walls and floors of this bathroom, they’ve also been used on the ceiling!
Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects designed this contemporary house in Edsviken, Sweden. Photography by Åke E:son Lindman.
2. Blue and white tiles cover the walls and floor of this bathroom to help bring life and color to the space.
Christopher Polly Architect designed this Australian house. Photography by Brett Boardman Photography.
3. Small, square, deep blue tiles cover the floors and walls of the bathroom in this family home.
Erik Andersson Architects designed this family house in Sweden. Photography by Åke E:son Lindman.
4. Small black and white square tiles have been randomly arranged to create a polka dot look on the floors and walls of this bathroom.
AZL Architects designed this four-level home. Photography by Yao Li.
5. Tiny purple and white tiles have been placed over the floors and walls of this bright bathroom to create a pixel effect.
davidclovers designed the bathroom in this house. Photography by davidclovers.
6. Grey tiles used on the floors and walls of this bathroom create a neutral and relaxing space.
naturehumaine designed this contemporary Canadian house. Photography by Adrien Williams.
7. Neutral square tiles on the bathroom walls and floors help keep the space relaxing and make it easy to add accents whenever you want.
PAD Studio designed this low energy mobile home. Photography by Nigel Rigden.
8. White square and rectangular tiles cover the floor and part of the walls of this bathroom, giving it a clean modern look.
INT2 Architecture designed this simple geometric patterned bathroom.
9. The white tiles used on the floor and walls of this bathroom have all been surrounded with black grout to match the black hardware, giving the bathroom a super contemporary look.
Jean Verville designed this contemporary cabin. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.
10. The tiles on the walls and floors of this bathroom have an almost wood grain look to the them, giving the space a warm vibe.
MODERNest and KCA designed this contemporary house in Canada. Photography by Steven Evans.
11. Black marble tiles on the floor, walls, and ceiling of this small bathroom, coupled with the cold and black hardware give the space a luxurious look.
Andreas Martin-Löf designed this country retreat for himself. Photography by Åke E:son Lindman.
12. These small blue tiles covering the floor and the walls give the bathroom a textured look and replace the need for colored paint.
Ruhl Walker Achitects designed this contemporary house in Cape Cod. Photography by Jane Messinger.
13. Tiny bright blue tiles cover the floor and one of the walls in this bathroom to add a bold punch of color.
Shaun Lockyer Architects designed this modern house in Australia. Photography by Scott Burrows.
14. Bright red square tiles cover the floors and walls of this bathroom making a strong statement when you walk in.
Cindy Rendely Architexture designed this red bathroom. Photography by Tom Arban.