5 Bathroom Tiles that will Leave You Stunned

Choosing your bathroom wall tile designs gets monotonous when you are not sure about what you are looking for. A tile can change the look and feel of a bathroom, and the best way to go about it is by looking for something that appeals to you the most. When it comes to deciding the right bathroom tile for your bathroom, the options and possibilities are endless. With a myriad of colours, shapes, designs, sizes, and textures, your morning thinking space can get a complete makeover with some live space inspo. 

AGL offers trending bathroom tiles with an arena of colours, designs, patterns, and whatnot! This blog will brief you about the top 5 bathroom tiles by AGL that will make your bathroom space look exquisite.  

Bathroom Wall Tile Designs

1. Combination of Shapes:

Have you ever been in a situation where you like two tiles and can't pick one because you like them both equally? Well, in that case, we will not ask you to choose any one tile, instead, we will suggest you choose both. We will assist you to design your bathroom in a way wherein you can use both tiles. Here, two different gradients of brown bathroom wall tile designs have been used. The vertically stacked tiles in the picture below is adding to the height of the wall, making the bathroom look more spacious. The different shades of brown in these tiles give the bathroom an outdoorsy appearance, making it the perfect tile for any bathroom. Moreover, the addition of wooden storage spaces adds an aesthetic value to your bathroom.

Combination of Shapes

2. Monochromatic Tiles:

These are the type of tiles that won't look too much as a part of the interior of the bathroom! Monochromatic tiles will give your bathroom a sophisticated look. The diverse nature of these tiles allows us to use these tiles as floor tiles, backsplashes, or even shower cubicles. We would suggest you use different patterns and textures to create the perfect bathroom interior. Choose bathroom tiles that have good durability, are easy to install and the one that fits well with the rest of your bathroom interior.

Monochromatic Tiles

3. Hexagonal Tile:

Commonly known as the honeycomb pattern for tiles, these bathroom wall tile designs are available in a wide range of sizes and patterns. If you are someone who loves to mix and match designs, there are endless possibilities in which you can showcase your creativity. These tiles work perfectly as a backsplash for kitchen and/or as bathroom wall tile designs. The only thing you would have to keep while working with it is that it should be a harmonious combination of colour tones so that it looks more synchronised with the overall interior. 

Hexagonal Tile

4. Boho Tiles:

Your dream bathroom is on the way if you choose these boho tiles for your bathroom walls. This is the most cost-effective way to revamp or redesign your bathroom interior. Bohemian designs, inspired by African architecture, the patterns and colours of these tiles will make you go gaga. You can use them as wall tiles or floor tiles (only if the surface doesn't become slippy after coming in contact with moisture)

Boho Tiles

5. Statement Tiles:

Bathrooms used to be a fairly utilitarian space; however, this utility has now paved the way for personalization. An accent wall with patterned toilet tile designs in your bathroom gives it a more spa-like feel. After all, who wouldn't want a little luxury in their everyday life? Nobody was harmed by a layer of pretty printed porcelain tiles! It also helps to liven up a bathroom with a neutral colour scheme.

Statement Tiles


When it comes to bathrooms, ceramic tiles are the best suited and most preferred tiles.

Most people prefer light colours like white, cream, and light grey, but many small bathrooms look great in darker shades as well.

The colour and texture of the floor tiles should be complemented by the wall tiles. Glossy tiles are ideal for wall tiling because they are scratch-resistant and easy to clean.

Yes, indeed. You can choose up to 3 different tiles. The only condition you need to keep in mind is that the tiles should complement each other and the overall interior of the bathroom.