We love dark floor bathroom tile since it breaks away from the traditional all-white design. And if dark tile makes you think of a bachelor pad, we’re going to show you otherwise!
When designing a bathroom with dark tile floors, it’s important to include accent colors to help the space fit your style. For example, to create a farmhouse design, try using dark hexagon flooring with white grout to create contrast. Or, for a more moody and modern style, continue your dark tile bathroom floor up the walls.
For every style inspiration, check out our favorite dark bathroom tile designs below!
1. Concrete Shower Wall Tiles with Black Accents
Using concrete wall tiles is the perfect accent for the dark black and white mosaic floor tile in the space. When designing a room with dark floors, you can continue the design by using similar but lighter tones, like adding gray with black. This helps brighten the space while continuing the color scheme.
2. Dark Wood Floors with a Funky Accent Wall
This dark wood floor bathroom adds a modern touch with large gray marble wall tiles. White veins in the marble help lighten the design, while the shower tile accent wall is the focal point of this space. The unique geometric design isn’t what you’d expect in a dark bathroom, but it connects the tones in the floor and wall tiles.
3. Floor to Ceiling Dark Marble Tile
To create a spa-like feel, this bathroom continues the dark gray marble floor up the walls to the ceiling. While using wall tile is more expensive (in materials and labor), it also can add a high-end look to your space. The busy marble countertop complements this look on the floating vanity with two sinks.
4. Wood Accents With Dark Tile Bathroom Floor
To balance the dark gray floor tile with white grout, a floating wood vanity is mounted on the wall with matching mirrors. Using wood accents is a great way to introduce warm tones into your dark bathroom design.
5. White Walls with a Dark Gray Tile
The white walls in this modern bathroom balance the gray floor tile and black vanity. Black hardware is installed on the white walls to create contrast while accenting the space’s darker colors. A glass partition for the shower helps the room feel bigger and lets the white shower wall brighten the space.
6. All-White Kitchen with Black Herringbone Floors
This white bathroom contrasts with a black herringbone subway tile floor with white grout. Using a contrasting grout color helps highlight the shape of your tile and can be used as an accent. The white grout ties in with the white soaking tub and vanity in this bathroom.
8. Wood Shelves Against Marble Tile
Geometric wood shelves are placed in front of dark marble wall tiles to help add warmth to this masculine bathroom design. The shelves also accent the wood-look tile floor in the bathroom shower. Using two different tiles in this space helps balance the brightness in this bathroom.
9. Light Grout with Dark Tile for a stunning contrast
Light gray grout looks fantastic with this bathroom’s polished dark gray tile. To avoid the dark tones overpowering the space, the walls are painted white and match the white countertop on the black vanity.
10. Farmhouse Bathroom with Black Hexagon Tile
This farmhouse bathroom uses a black hexagon tile with black grout to add a modern element. For warmth, a wood vanity with white countertops and brass hardware is installed and matches the white stacked subway tile in the shower.
11. White Subway Tile With Black Shiplap Accents
The black shiplap on the side of this built-in bathtub complements the black and white mosaic floor tile. In addition, white fixtures and white subway tile brighten the space around the bathtub, while a black glass partition accents the darker colors.
12. Modern Black Bathroom with Dark Wood Floors
Angled dark hardwood floors add warm hues to this dark gray bathroom with floating stone shelves used as a vanity. Dark black tile is used as the backsplash continuing the color scheme of this space. Using black grout with darker tiles adds to the modern look of this space and is easier to clean!
13. Mixing Black and Gray Tile with a Glass Shower
This manly bathroom design uses black floor tile with light gray tiles on the walls. In addition, a shower niche features a black outline that helps connect the gray tiles with the floor.
14. Large Floor Tiles with a Light Wood Vanity
A white oak wood vanity brightens this bathroom with large gray tiles adorning the floor and walls. Adding a wood vanity and accents is a great way to balance darker tiles and introduce warmth into your bathroom. For added contrast, this bathroom uses a darker floor tile in the shower helping to differentiate the spaces.
15. Black and White Antique Mirror Accent
A polished black mirror hangs over the classic exposed plumbing sink in this white and black bathroom. White grout in the black subway tile shower accents the white walls behind the sink while still matching the hexagon penny floor tile. When installing smaller black tiles in a space, mixing styles between the floor and walls is a good idea. This helps avoid overpowering the design with grout lines that can look too busy.
16. Modern Gray bathroom with Plenty of Windows
Large windows introduce plenty of natural light into this small bathroom with dark gray tiles. When choosing dark tile floors, it’s important to consider the natural light in your bathroom. For rooms with a lot of natural light, opt for a darker tile that will appear lighter during the day. If your room has no windows, try lighter grays and blacks to create the same effect but not look too dark.
17. Wild Wallpaper in a Victorian-Style Space
This elegant bathroom with dark stone hexagon floor tile features jungle themes wallpaper that is the focal point of the design. Using black and white colors throughout the space gives it a classic style, allowing this designer to use wallpaper that jumps off the walls!
18. Dark textured Wall Tile with Wood Accents
This bathroom exudes natural tones with textured wall tile and zebra-wood accents. Dark gray bathroom floors feature natural pitting that adds to the dimension in this space. A large window in the shower helps brighten this bathroom and highlights all of the unique materials.
19. An Illuminated Mirror Against Dark Tile
Built-in lighting is installed vertically on both sides of the vanity, and a floor-to-ceiling mirror adds a stunning effect to this bathroom. The light also helps highlight the white veining in the dark gray polished marble wall and floor tile. Marble is an easy way to upgrade your bathroom thanks to its stunning appearance, but unfortunately, that also comes with a steep price tag. Black marble tiles like those shown can cost upwards of $20 per square foot. And if you’re planning on tiling your walls, this will add up quickly.
20. Natural Soaking Tub and Tile
A dark-gray natural stone soaking tub contrasts the lighter gray floor tile with a concrete look in this bathroom. Using industrial-looking stones makes gives this space an earthy yet masculine feel. A plant next to the bathtub accents the natural appearance of the area.
21. White Vein tile for a Stunning Contrast
This Marquina marble bathroom floor tile features stunning veining that complements the white vanity and sinks. Using white grout with these dark tiles also helps hide the lines amongst the veins while matching the white walls. In addition, orange accents are placed throughout the bathroom for a fun pop of color that jumps out against the white and black color scheme.
22. Black Walls with Dark Wood Floors
Rustic wood floors are installed in this bathroom, with dark gray tiles adding dimension and warmth to the space. However, the shower uses ceramic tile, adding contrast and enhanced durability. When installing wood floors in a bathroom, your best option is a wood-look tile that can achieve the same look with the durability of porcelain or ceramic materials. If you opt for traditional hardwood floors, you need to make sure they won’t warp or get damaged by water and humidity.
23. Dak Gray Tile Bathroom Floor with A White Ceiling
Dark bathroom floor tile with a matte finish fills this bathroom floor and walls. The same stone, including the built-in shower bench, is used throughout the space, giving it a high-end look. A black vanity and white fixtures help to break up all the stone and add a pop of brightness.
24. A Large Polished Bathroom Tile Shower Niche
Large polished gray bathroom floor tile adorns this shower with a built-in bench and niche. Built-in lighting under the shower bench and niche highlights the natural beauty of the stone and adds a beautiful accent.
25. Deep Gray Tile with White and Black Fixtures
This striking gray tile features natural veining that gives it depth and dimension. In addition, a unique gold accent wall made of pressed metal splits the area between the toilet and shower, creating differentiation in the room.
26. Bathroom with Dark Wood Floors and Gray Wall tile
Dark wood-look tile is used in this bathroom with gray walls. While white ceramic tile is installed in the shower, this design used the same wood-look material on the shower walls to connect the two design elements. Mixing and matching materials across bathroom surfaces is a great way to create a cohesive design without one color dominating the area.
27. White Veins with A Vanity Pendant Light
This beautiful dark bathroom design uses intricate gray marble with red accents across the floors, walls, and countertops. To help balance the busy stone, polished wood covers the vanity with a strip of brass metal between the materials. Brass accents are continued through the space with a large oval on the wall.
28. White Marble Counters on a Floating vanity
White marble countertops contrast this modern balance’s black vanity and gray wall tiles. A light under the wall mirror illuminates the countertop highlighting its natural beauty. The dark grey floor helps tie in the various colors in the space with black speckling giving it a unique look.
29. Wood Shiplap Accent wall in a Black Bathroom
Dark wood floors continue onto the walls creating a shiplap accent contrasting the black tile on the opposite wall. An orange vanity stands out against the black wall and matches the hues on the wood floors.
30. Polished Dark Marble with Wood Accents
Polished black marble floors fill this small bathroom and are continued up part of the wall. A large wood window adds warmth and plenty of natural light, while the rest of the walls are painted white. Installing marble tile only part of the way up the wall is a great way to save money while adding a high-end touch.