Bathroom Tile Shape Trends To Try


If your ensuite needs a little love, you might start with some bathroom repairs of fixtures and fittings, but you might also consider replacing outdated tiles too.

An ensuite can often be such a small space that you may consider splashing out on some statement tiles, choosing from the latest trends to create a really stylish bathroom.

We love these new looks, as reported by LivingETC, so why not give them a try?

While the rectangular metro tile is the go-to choice for a bathroom, intriguing shaped tiles are the big new thing. But which piques your interest?

One big favourite is the fish scale tile. This tile may be intricate in shape, but it tessellates easily, making it an easy on to fit. Try the Syren from Topps Tiles. At over £80 per square metre, they’re pricey, but for a statement tile, actually surprisingly priced and great for using as a small feature area.

For a medina-style look, try a T-drop tile. These give an instant sense of exoticism, so use alongside warm woods and gold to complete a desirable look. The Terracotta range from Domus includes a great teardrop design.

Hexagon tiles are also a popular choice, but more and more patterned geometric designs are coming to the forefront. Much like irregular patterned square tiles, the patterns can be mixed around to create an interesting pattern. Ca’Pietra Lilypad hexagon tiles are the must-have look, but there are plenty of other to choose from to give an interesting look.