At WOMAG, our mission is to help make your tile selection experience as simple as possible. We understand that narrowing down your options can be overwhelming. With the pure beauty of natural stone and the latest innovations in porcelain tiles – the choices are endless. And not to mention the extensive variety of shapes, textures, designs and colours.
But don’t worry, we’re here to help you! So we’ve done some research and compiled a list of the latest bathroom tile trends focusing on the colour grey and how to effectively combine other colours with grey to create a seamless look and feel in your space.
GREY WITH A TOUCH OF NATURAL TEXTURE
When combined with the right colours and textures grey can become an inviting and fun colour. You can create a cosy look and feel in your bathroom by adding warm grey tiles on the walls and floor with wooden accents and Moroccan tiles as a feature. This will enhance the sense of warmth in the space, making it a perfect choice for cosy light-filled rooms.
BEAUTIFUL IN GREY
Floor-to-ceiling tiling can turn a functional bathroom space into something far more appealing. Choose a colour that is timeless so that you won’t get bored with it easily. Go for a grey tile on the floor and a slightly lighter grey tile on the walls. We suggest using Terrazzo tiles as they are a great way of adding interest while keeping a clean look and feel.
KEEPING IT SIMPLE WITH PALE GREY
Achieve a restful and elegant atmosphere in your bathroom with the use of soothing shades of grey, such as a solid pale grey tile and pairing it with a complementing colour such as white or beige.
Soft colours combined with shades of grey create a calming atmosphere in a bathroom. Take it a step further and create a relaxing spa experience by adding a feature wall with textured Rockface and lots of greenery to enhance the flow and energy in the bathroom.
BOLD AND BALANCED
Bring your bathroom to life by pairing green and grey tiles together. Start with a neutral base such as a light grey tile for the floor and the bottom half of the wall and add a deep green colour on the top part of the wall. By installing the tiles this way the two colours will create a bold and interesting look without making the bathroom seem too dark.
A PLAYFUL TAKE ON SOFT GREY COLOUR TONES
Add a playful feature to your bathroom with patterned Moroccan tiles in soft muted colours on the floor combined with grey tiles on the walls. This will create an interesting feature while keeping it looking clean, yet playful.
As a rule of thumb, if a tile is suitable for the floor, it’s also suitable for the walls, but it does not apply the other way around. As wall tiles are generally a softer material whereas floor tiles are more hard wearing.
However, if you want enduring beauty and individual character, look no further than natural stone. All natural stone is porous so it must be sealed and may require further treatment but, properly installed and cared for, a stone surface will last a lifetime which makes it a worthwhile investment.
Will you be using any of these grey bathroom ideas in your home? Let us know in the comment section below.