20 Bathroom Tile Ideas That Will Never Fail

The bathroom is by far, one of the hardest rooms to decorate and get right. It’s hard to know what to put in the bathroom as far as amenities and color choices. It’s a room that can get outdated fairly quickly because color choices and certain looks are quick to come and go. You want your bathroom to be functional, first-and-foremost, but you also want it to be a place that is relaxing and welcoming, since it is a room that is used so often. The look and colors of a bathroom do affect the value of your home. It is one thing that home buyers will pay close attention to, because if they aren’t happy with the bathroom, they tend to start thinking about wanting to renovate, and not many buyers want to have to do that after they move in. In order to preserve the integrity of your investment, especially if you know you plan to sell your home sometime in the future, you will want to play it safe and choose colors that will not get outdated quickly and will have an appeal to just about everyone. There are tips for choosing bathroom tiles that will never fail.

1. Stick with neutrals

Neutral colors are always a safe bet when it comes to décor. Sometimes it may seem fun or trendy to go with the in-style, bold and brightly colored tiles of the time can fade out of fashion quick and leave you with a bathroom full of tile that you no longer like and your home buyers find outdated or too bold and you suddenly feel like you need to start again. Neutrals are constant and do not get dated. If you want to add splashes of bold, try adding small areas of pattern within the neutral tiles.

2. Subway tiles

Subway tiles have qualities that are needed an appreciated in both the kitchen and the bathroom. They are easy to clean and they add character to the room. Subway tiles have been around a long time and will continue to. You can play it safe with a Subway tile look for your bath.

4. Keep patterns subtle

If you are really set on adding pattern, keep your pattern simple and in small quantities. Don’t go all-out and consume your bathroom with large areas of pattern. The idea behind using patterns is to keep it small, understated and a classic looking pattern.

5. Dark tiles are in

Dark tiles in bathrooms are always in style. Dark browns, grays and blacks never seem to fade. They are classy, current and easy to clean. Dark colors are easy to please home buyers, if you try to sell your home. They will help you retain the value of your home.

If you are needing tile ideas for your bathroom and not sure about ideas, here are 20 bathroom tile ideas that never fail.

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