Tiles are an extremely common feature in bathrooms. They’re easy to clean, fairly straightforward to install, and they look nice.
Installing large bathroom tiles helps the space feel larger than it actually is by having fewer grout lines. Their grandiosity also gives the bathroom a more luxurious feel, and by putting large tiles on the walls, they help to make your bathroom look sleeker and reduce cleaning time.
Today we’re sharing 18 examples of large tiles in bathrooms that create a unique look.
1. The light stone of these large floor tiles matches the other smaller stone tiles used in the shower and bathtub to create a unified look.
Designed by Dan Brunn Architecture. Photography by Brandon Shigeta.
2. The large tiles featured on the walls of this bathroom bring out the darker flecks found in the tiles used for the floors.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by LSA Architects. Photography by John Wheatley of UA Creative.
3. The large gray tiles used in this bathroom, on both the walls and the floor, create a dramatic look and luxurious feeling.
See more photos of this bathroom, here. Designed by Minosa Design.
4. These large wall tiles add texture to the bathroom and create just the right amount of contrast with the super smooth white floor.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by David James Architects & Associates Ltd. Developed by Husen Developments.
5. The large dark floor tiles paired with light walls in this bathroom make the room seem larger and more open.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Lubelso by Canny.
6. Large tiles that flow from the floor to the wall, together with smaller wall tiles that line the bottom half of this bathroom wall, help to create a cohesive look.
Inverno Grey Marble Rectified Wall And Floor Tile from Tile Mountain.
7. The use of white grout around these large dark tiles works well because the grout doesn’t take over the bathroom – the tiles are large enough to use such contrasting materials without it looking busy or overwhelming.
Designed by Friis & Moltke A/S and Wienberg Architects. Photography by Mikkel Mortensen.
8. The large black stone tiles in this bathroom help to create a simple black and white color scheme, and the light from the skylight makes the bathroom feel taller and more open.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by AR Design Studio. Photography by Martin Gardner.
9. The large dark tiles in this bathroom allow this bathroom to feel extra lavish, and the continuation of the tile up part of the wall just outside the bathroom makes the space feel connected to the rest of the house.
See more photos of this house, here. Designed by 123DV. Photography by Christiaan de Bruijne.
10. Large light colored matching tiles on the floor and walls of this bathroom make the space feel modern and bright.
Tiles from Edilgres by Kale Italia
11. The texture of the large dark tiles on both the floor and walls of this bathroom work well with the texture of the vanity and wardrobe, also found in the bathroom.
Designed by In2. Photography by Dean Schmideg.
12. Large dark tiles cover the floor, bath surround, and back wall of this bathroom, creating a dark dramatic look, but when paired with white walls it creates a sophisticated look.
Designed by Whiting Architects. Photography by Sharyn Cairns.
13. Massive floor tiles in this bathroom make cleaning the floors a breeze and eliminates the need to be down on your hands and knees scrubbing at stains in the grout.
Designed by Bruce Stafford Architects. Photography by Karl Beath, Erik Smithson & Vincent Chi.
14. Large rectangular concrete tiles in this bathroom add an industrial look to the space and help make the room appear taller with their vertical lines.
Designed by Marcante-Testa | UdA Architetti. Photography by Stefano Graziani.
15. The large floor tiles used in this large bathroom help keep the room feeling open and flowing rather than crowed and claustrophobic.
Riverstone Beige Matt from Tile Space
16. Large dark tiles covering the floor and walls of this bathroom create beautiful lines that meet up seamlessly to create a calm, relaxing space.
Designed by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design. Photography by Joe Fletcher Photography.
17. The large tiles on the wall of this bathroom shower help make the space feel open, while the light color of them reflects the natural light helping to keep the shower area bright.
Designed by Simon Astridge. Photography by Nicholas Worley.
18. Large dark grey tiles surrounded by white grout and white appliances makes this bathroom look clean, sleek, and relaxing.