Remodeling your bathroom can be as overwhelming as it is exciting. There are so many decisions to make and options to choose from. Where do you start? Custom tile is a major part of your bathroom and can be a fun way to add style and luxury. Once you decide on a design theme for your tile, the rest of your bathroom will fall into place. Bathroom tile doesn’t have to be limited to 12″x12″ floor squares. You can make a statement with a tiled shower, backsplash, or an accent wall. With all of the options out there, Indy Renovation has narrowed down some of the top design trends in custom tile to get your creative juices flowing.

Faux Marble

Marble is stunning in a bathroom and provides the luxury that many people are looking for. However, it is difficult to care for and very expensive. Fortunately, these days you can get porcelain tile that is made to look like marble. The makers of this faux marble tile can recreate the intricate veining and depth of marble so faithfully that it’s hard to tell the difference. For a marble look on a budget, this is the way to go.

Wood Look

Wood can look great in a bathroom and is versatile enough to create warmth or even a modern, industrial look. However, wood is not usually the best material for rooms that have as much moisture as a bathroom. Instead, you can find porcelain tile that is made to resemble wooden planks thanks to careful grading and shading. 

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Exciting Accents

Add a bold and unique look to your bathroom tile with narrow accent tile strips. First, choose a neutral or white base tile for the majority of your space, and then add color, texture, or gloss with your choice of accent tile. It will break up the solid block of white without being too bold.

Now that you have some ideas for your new custom tile, contact Indy Renovation today at (317) 375-4464. We can provide more information on these tiles, discuss design ideas, and give a free quote on our expert installation. Let us help you find the right custom tile design for your bathroom remodel.






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