144 Bathroom Porcelain Tile Walls Design Photos And Ideas

Inside the shower, the tiles for the shelf were made by Jackson.
The elegantly curved shape of the open shower in the master bathroom came from the couple's desire to not have to deal with cleaning a glass door or having a curtain. The opening also allows some natural light to enter the shower. The vertically-positioned rectangular tiles are from Portland company Clayhaus Modern Tile.
The floor, walls, and vanity in the master bathroom all sport the same porcelain tile for visual consistency, while textured porcelain tiles that look like wood distinguish the shower. A new skylight sheds light inside the internal room.
A skylight and live plants in the bathroom shower supply the feeling of bathing outdoors.
A Hawaiian mango wood counter and shelving add texture and warmth in the bathroom.
A bold blue/black tiled shower with glass panels brings new life to the bathroom.
The climbing wax plant (Hoya Carnosa) seen in the bathroom and kitchen started as clippings from a century-old wax plant belonging to Claudia’s mother. "I like to think this plant was from the same era that the row home was being built," she adds.
Since the home had to be completely gutted, few original elements were kept. To bring character and sense of age back to the home, Claudia spent two weeks scouring the internet for a vintage toilet and sink and settled on the "perfect blush set" salvaged from a 1970s home.
The wood waterfall vanity was built by Chris’ brother, Jeremy, who used oak wood reclaimed from an old barn that was then sanded down and finished with water-based polyurethane.
Cobalt blue wall tile brightens the bathroom and contributes to the home’s palette, which juxtaposes earth tones with primary colors.
To add balance and interest, the architect contrasted the texture of oak shelving with the sleek finish of glossy white tile in the bathroom.
"I optimized every inch of space in the bathroom," says Petillaut, who employed a black-and-white palette and geometric lines that make the room feel more voluminous.
Massive gray onyx-style porcelain tiles give the master bath a luxurious appearance. “The tiles for the bathroom and kitchen were so hard to get to the fifth floor with a tiny elevator,” notes the architect. “They were three meters by one-and-a-half meters, and getting them upstairs and cutting them on-site was really complicated.”
A new powder room features simple, natural materials that tie in with the rest of the house—a wood counter, wood knobs, and neutral-hued Sugie mosaic tiles from Artedomus.
A full bathroom now fills part of the original living space. Dark Fiandre floor tiles contrast with a mix of bright white matte and gloss wall tiles. A Glo Ball wall sconce from Flos is the perfect playful addition to this modern bath.
The bathroom was updated with retro-looking pink tiles, which were unconventionally paired with a red vanity and floors.
designed by Estúdio Minke
designed by Estúdio Minke
The open bathroom leads directly into the master bedroom. The white tiles give the space an industrial feeling, while the white oak timber joinery brings warmth.
In the bathroom, plain white tiles line the walls and ceiling. The floors are natural stone and the fixtures are by VOLA. Lassen built the sink himself.
The master bath has a polka-dot soaking tub, and it opens to a dressing area.
The second bedroom has a luxe spa-like feel with a marble-topped tub and an enclosed shower.
The master bathroom boasts a step-down terrazzo bathtub and a peek-a-boo view of the pool area.
Le Corbusier tiles in a deep blue make a statement in the children's bathroom.
The bathroom includes a faucet and sink from Kohler, shower fixtures from Brizo, and a mirror and light from Restoration Hardware. The tiles are by Ann Sacks.
Both bathrooms have been updated.
Large-format porcelain tile wraps the bathroom.
The second bathroom has clerestory windows and features cheery, yellow tiles. It is from the original 1958 construction.
The master bathroom renovation was designed by Asaf Mordoch and completed in August 2019. The intention of the remodel was to modernize the bathroom and to incorporate nature, light, and midcentury elements into the space. The redesign also picks up on elements of gray to visually tie the space to the living room. The material palette includes black Italian porcelain and Carrara marble countertops.
A view of the stylish master bathroom, which features a skylight above the shower.
A peek inside the bathroom opposite the bunk room.
The master bath features Everstone Parc porcelain tiles and Crossville Ready-to-Wear Porcelain Stone for the accent wall.
The guest bath boasts skylights overhead and a giant soaking tub set against a backlit slab of marble.
The luxurious master bath features heated marble slab floors.
The hall bathroom has also received updates.
The updated master bath shower.
The team wrapped the room in floor-to-ceiling penny tile with black epoxy grout. The vanity is a custom build from the contractor.
The children's bathroom.
The stylish master bath is a mix of beautifully patterned porcelain tiles and wood.
Via Media Residence by Matt Fajkus Architecture | Photo by Leonid Furmansky
An elegant black-tiled bathroom with a skylight.
The deluxe bathroom has a deep soaking tub and vertically positioned subway tiles.
Another view of the step-down soaking tub.
The vintage master bath has a deep soaking tub, inspired by Japanese bathing culture.
Mutina Phenomenon porcelain stoneware tiles line the bathroom walls and floors.
The master bath includes a Badeloft freestanding tub and Aquabrass fixtures.
The updated master bath is flooded with natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and a skylight above.  The surrounding trees provide users with privacy.
Master Bath shower
The upper level bathroom is tucked inside the curved central core, indicated by the rounded wall clad in white penny tile.
The powder room is a retreat from the main living areas. The firm set off the Victorian ash storage and mirror unit by surrounding it with black hexagon tile. A "sky tunnel" in the ceiling floods the room with natural light.
Porcelanosa tiles line the walls and floor of the master bath.

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