MacDonald Bath Tile Ideas
Monotone colors are great in a small bath with texture changes due to varying tile sizes and slight patter changes. For the shower you could do the back splash tile on the floor and a strip 3/4 of the way up the wall and 9x12 tiles on the rest of the walls
An example of how you can work in darker gray tiles on the floor while keeping the walls of the shower much lighter. I would like the floor tiles on a diagonal in this look to add a little more texture and I would do away with the beadboard on the walls if you went this contemporary.
this is a great example of varying texture without varying color. great for a small bath.
the subway tile on the bath walls is a great idea if you are doing bead board on the walls in the bathroom. Both are traditional details that are timeless and complement each other. I think the floor of the shower is a little busy in the photo. but we could talk about other options if you like this look.
the marble look combined with the varying tone tile in the same hues. great texture add but still keeps it monotone. could add subway tiles in the shower and bead board on the walls and have a timeless look.
I like this for the clean lines and varying textures.
an example of how you could make darker gray floos work with white walls in the shower
here are the larger tiles on the shower walls. Shower floor has the small tiles. could be done with less grain in the tiles/ counters if you wanted a more monotone look.
I like the varying tile sizes in the shower. you could use the larger size tiles on the bathroom floor and a coordinating granite/ marble look for the counter.