Wall tiles are popular in the bathroom: they’re easy to live with, timeless and work well with any style of decor. You can tile from floor to ceiling or use them only in certain areas: what’s important is that you feel good in your bathroom. Here are some examples selected from your posts. Thank you for this wealth of inspiration.
From floor to ceiling, around the bath and the shower, tiles adorn all the walls in the bathroom. Choose plain colours that will harmonise perfectly with your bathroom furniture. Tip: To avoid feeling suffocated, don’t take the tiles right up to the ceiling.
If your bathroom is quite small, avoid all-over tiling, which will visually shrink the space. Choose walls most exposed to humidity, such as around the bath and above washbasins. Tip: Laying the tiles horizontally will make the space feel larger.
A splashback will give your bathroom a modern touch, but that’s not its only advantage! In order for it to protect the wall effectively, a splashback needs to be at least 10 cm tall. But in fact, how high you take it is above all a question of style. Tip: Be bold with your creativity and go for an irregular, ornate or minimalist look. Choose you’re the colour of your wall carefully for a successful match.
Here, tiles are used not to protect the wall but simply to add a creative touch. Tiles are added strategically, like you might position a picture. Choose each tile with care, and let your desires and inspiration determine where you place them. Tip: Trust your intuition!