20 Bathroom Cement Tile Floors Design Photos And Ideas

This antique cabinet was also used in the original property.
Bathroom fixtures from The Watermark Collection.
The spacious master ensuite bath has been remodeled with new tile, cabinetry, and fixtures.
The second bath is accessible from the outdoors.
A typical Milanese tile known as “cementine” is used for the floors of the kitchen, bathroom, and service areas to create a dialogue between contemporary and traditional elements.
In a bathroom, a credenza found on Etsy was topped with marble and converted to a vanity. Tulum tile from the Cement Tile Shop covers the floors while elongated subway tile, laid in a vertical grid, updates the walls. Schoolhouse Electric pendants complete the look.
This room also has a separate walk-in shower.
A beautifully designed, light-filled bathroom features a deep Victoria + Albert freestanding tub, an original marble mantle, a large black marble-topped vanity, and an encaustic concrete-tiled floor.
The powder room received a simple, yet stunning transformation with white paint, modern sconces from Cedar & Moss, and the addition of graphic black and white cement tile from Ann Sacks that wraps the wall.
A bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower.
In the new bathroom, Heath Ceramics tiles were used in the shower alongside cement tile flooring from Clé Tile.
Bright, graphic floor tiles have also been used in the bathroom.
Concrete shower walls meets concrete tub surround meets concrete tile. Soaps by local Duross & Langel.
The concrete tile transitions into the plaster shower for a seamless look.
The new casita bathroom features a custom concrete sink, plaster walls, and custom concrete tile.
Master Bathroom
Graphic black and white cement tile was added in the renovation.
In the master bathroom, the cement floor tiles are by Mosaic House; the glazed subway tiles are from Daltile; and the trim is honed, vein-cut Montclair Danby marble. The Signature Hardware tub sits in a custom wood cradle designed to match the home’s timber frame; the fixtures are by Waterworks. The Twist stool is from Classic Country in nearby Hudson, New York.
New cement tile from Mosaic del Sur, Hansgrohe fixtures, a shower plate from Bette, and Farrow & Ball’s Chappell Green paint round out the room.
The door is made of MDF panels attached  to a wood frame and topped with an ash veneer. The tiles are from Spanish brand Vives.

A comfortable bathroom is a key source of tranquility in your home. Whether sleek and minimal or bursting with colorful tiles, a curated modern bathroom impresses residents and guests alike. Find inspiration to create your own personal oasis with these projects featuring popular counter materials like marble, quartz, and wood; flooring options like ceramic, hardwood, and concrete; and a huge variety of sink, tub, and shower options.