The Most Popular Tile Colors in London: A Guide to Transform Your Bathroom

Are you looking to give your bathroom a makeover? If so, you may be wondering what the most popular tile colors in London are this year. From nature-inspired tones to bold and bright colors, there are plenty of options to choose from. In this guide, we'll explore some of the most popular tile colors in London and provide you with some design ideas to help you create the perfect look for your bathroom. Laura Popek from Ripples believes that a more nature-inspired tone will be popular this year.

In this bathroom by designer Eneia White, the daring black and white tiles inspired by the owner's love for art stand out. Angelica Squire's house is full of design ideas to copy and her pink marble bathroom tiles are no exception. They wanted the space to have warmth and color, hence the bold choice of colored terracotta tiles, in a mix of pink, soft gray, white, khaki and petrol blue. In this case, the use of bright blue tiles contrasts with the matte marble tiles on the bottom and creates an elegant and striking look. This 2LG Studio bathroom is a great example of a classic checkered tile design, but with an unexpected and fun touch of pink.

Follow the example of Studio DB and make your gorgeous freestanding bathtub (or any other striking piece you want to fix the space) receive even more attention by making it stand out with its own tiled backdrop. Metro tiles are also popular, rectangular pub-style tiles that have been everywhere for the past few years, while graphic designs with patterns and prints add a touch of interest. Architecture and interior design studio Waldo Works used a combination of eight different blue Victorian Ceramics tiles, at 360 pounds per square meter, to place them under this impressive 30 cm diameter nickel shower head from Drummonds. The color palette used throughout Caroline O'Donnell's London apartment is small, but with some well-positioned touches of bold colors, the most striking of which are the tiles in the wet rooms. Zellige tiles have an irregular surface that reflects the light of their environment and creates a wonderful wealth of textures in the bathroom. They look especially good when covering three walls of an enclosed shower to create an enveloping effect.

The lamps are by Hector Finch, the tiles are by Bert & de Mayo and the mirror with brass edges is one of Joanna and Nick's designs. Whether you're looking for a simple renovation or a complete overhaul, knowing what tile colors are popular in London this year will put you in a great position to start your transformation. Nature-inspired tones, metro tiles, graphic designs with patterns and prints, and zellige tiles are all great options for creating a unique look in your bathroom. With these tips in mind, you'll be sure to find the perfect tile colors for your London bathroom.