Dark tile bathroom ideas

Dark bathrooms are fabulous for creating the perfect setting for a moody, romantic and calming space. Whether you’ve got a small bathroom, shower cubicle or a big space to work with, we share these best dark colour ideas for a dark tiled bathroom below. 

Dark metro tiled bathroom

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Metro style tiles for a dark and glam bathroom look. Image by Emmamastersinteriors

Tiles: Claybrook, Metro Deco Bryant Park

Metro tiles are fab when it comes to styling a dark bathroom. Whether you position them horizontally or diagonally, they can be a fun way to add city chic design into the space, especially when using grout to add contrast to the walls. Furthermore, matching dark metro tiles with patterned wallpaper gives the look a completed feel and brings a moody tropical vibe from the dark palm print.

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Black subway shower tiles

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Bold subway tiles for a shower cubicle. Image by Breen_victorian_renovations

Tiles: Topp Tiles

Shower cubicles can be one of those spaces that are mundane to spruce up but can also be super easy. All you need is a good tile that flows into the rest of your bathroom, just like this gorgeous black subway tile from Topp Tiles. We love how this bathroom has white grout to make the tiles pop and contrasts beautifully against the illustrative wallpaper to match.

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Glossy dark green bathroom tiles

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Glamorous green tiles with gold accents for a luxurious look. Image by Renovating_a_nightmare

Wallpaper: House of Hackney

Dark green is a fabulous bathroom colour that can be paired with black and gold to look sleek and sophisticated. We love this glamorous dark bathroom that oozes of luxurious touches, from the gold taps to the printed wallpaper for a glam finish. 

Interior tip: use mirrors in a dark bathroom to give the illusion or more space and it’ll brighten up the room too!

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Dark grey tiles with mood lighting

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Cozy loft style bathroom with grey tiles by Our_journey_at_81

Tiles: Mirage range by Porcelanosa

Dark and neutral colour schemes can easily work in bathrooms. By choosing the right materials to bring the look together you can create a moody and ambient setting just like this gorgeous loft style bathroom that uses a cold stone grey tile matched with warm wood panels and soft grey painted walls for a cozy look that still feels neutral and calm.

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Dark maximalist bathroom idea

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Dark decor for a maximalist bathroom. Image by Catwalktocowpat

Love busy decor and clashes of patterns and colours? Achieving a dark bathroom is simple when combing a mixture of interiors styles into one room. We love this vintage, periodic, and full of character bathroom that oozes of glam and warmth for a dark and cozy bathroom look.

Interior tip: layer wallpaper with hanging decor and fill shelves with textures and accessories to complete your look.

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Black and green bathroom with dark tropical accents

Gorgeous green and black bathroom idea by Ferns_and_filigree

Floor and wall tiles: Elstow tiles in Bedford

Wallpaper from: Mind the Gap wallpaper from Rockett St George

Dark Green and black go well together for a sophisticated interior style that looks moody and luxurious. For an opulent interior style, match printed wallpaper and glossy tiles to complete the look for a glamorous bathroom style.

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Dark grey bathroom with bold black lines

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Modern and calming dark grey bathroom idea by Placefortyeight

Tiles: Bert and May

For a modern bathroom with dark features, opt for a neutral grey canvas and layer darker tones through interior features such as dark grey panelling and black accents to make the dark features come together.

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Black bathroom with monochrome tiles for a bold look

Dark tile bathroom ideas
Dark bathroom with monochrome tiles for a bold look. Image by Ourhomemadeperfect

Black interiors are perfect for a moody ambience in the bathroom, where lighting plays a big part in setting the tone of the space. For a bold look, keep your walls minimal and let the floors do the talking with bold black and white pattern tiles for a striking contrast against your walls.

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