Whether you're designing a personal oasis with antique style, midcentury modern flair, bold accents, or monochromatic vibes, penny tile can cater to most any aesthetic. Ahead, we're sharing our favorite penny tile bathroom backsplash ideas, from colorful to muted. Fair warning: One look and you might be tempted to makeover your bathroom.
1. Play with a pop of color.
2. Amp up the drama with black tile.
This sleek, modern bathroom packs a bold bunch with black penny tile below a frameless mirror. To bring this look into your own space, pair the black matte tile with black grout for tone-on-tone effect.
3. Match your grout to your tile.
4. Or, opt for a contrasting grout.
This bathroom backsplash idea featured on Adore from Bam Construction showcases penny tile sandwiched between a floating wood countertop and wood shelf. The mostly black and white palette feels warm and welcoming thanks to natural materials and textures. Bring this design into your own home with white tile and contrasting black grout.
5. Use multiple colors.
If you're looking to be a bit bold with your penny tile bathroom backsplash idea, use more than one color tile. This washroom designed by William Duff Architects showcases a backsplash — comprised of white and varying shades of gray — that's eye-catching without being distracting or busy. Complete the sophisticated look with an oversize, frameless mirror and a waterfall-style countertop.