5 Popular Bath Tiles and How Much They Cost
When it comes to tiling your bathroom floor or walls, there are many options to choose from (some would say TOO many options). It’s easy to get overwhelmed and simply opt for subway tile; with its clean lines and modern appeal, it’s a quick and painless choice that looks good in any space. To simplify the process, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite trends—along with the associated bathroom tile costs—to guide your search.
Subway tile: A go-to classic design
Cost of subway tile
Standard subway tile costs around $2-$3 per square foot; the beveled edge variety costs around $4 per square foot.
Glazed ceramic bathroom tile
Glazed ceramic tile makes a bold statement. In Lauren’s shower, the subtle tile provides just enough contrast and exudes a spa-like sense of calm. A wash of blue glaze gives Meredith’s ceramic bathroom tile a unique watercolor effect.
Cost of glazed bathroom tile
If you’re looking to add some glazed tile to your space, expect to spend around $9 per square foot.
Hexagon bathroom tile
In Nikki and Chris’ bath, a black hexagon tile with white grout grounds the design and gives it a modern vibe. But this tile also has a softer side, as seen in the Carrara marble version in Lia and Chris’ bath.
Cost for hexagon tile styles
Porcelain hexagon bathroom tile costs start around $10 per square foot; marble begins around $15 per square foot.
Penny tile is a classic option that gives off major vintage vibes. It works as floor tile in Alicia and Ed’s retro-inspired bath and transforms into a waterfall mosaic in Rachel and Michael’s shower.
Penny tile costs
(TOP) Tina and Fletcher’s master bath (BOTTOM) Tara and Mike’s bath
Basketweave is truly old-school, but it’s been making a steady comeback. It feels surprisingly modern as part of the minimalist design in Tina and Fletcher’s master bathroom. In Tara and Mike’s bath, the basketweave tile lends itself to a more traditional look without making the space feel dated.
Basketweave tile costs
Bathroom tile costs for lower-end options, like porcelain, cost around $8 per square foot. Expect high-quality marble begins at around $30 per square foot.
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Reminiscent of the tiles in New York City subway stations, subway tile is a glazed ceramic tile frequently used in kitchens and bathrooms. Laid in a horizontal pattern, subway tile makes a great backsplash near cooking areas or to enclose wet spaces like shower stalls.
For standard subway tile, costs hover around $2-$3 per square foot; whereas subway tile with a beveled edge costs around $4 per square foot.