Don't you hate it when you see a bathroom in a magazine or blog with truly amazing tile, and then you look at the article and there is absolutely no indication of what said tile is or where to find it? We hate it too. That's why we've put together this roundup of 10 bathrooms with truly standout tile... and then hunted down sources so you can get the look, too.
Above and up top: Capree Kimball's dramatic black and white bathroom renovation, spotted on Curbly, features 'Tulum' cement tile from The Cement Tile Shop.
This bathroom, designed by Stine Langvad, features tile by Made a Mano.
The floor tile in this bathroom by Mark Reilly Architecture is Heath Ceramics' Half Hex Mix. The walls are beveled subway tile (click the link and scroll down for sources).
The home of designer Faye Toogood, spotted in T Magazine, features this beautiful fish scale tile. You can find a similar product at Mercury Mosaics.
These gorgeous hexagonal tiles, called 'Dandelion', are by Swedish maker Contemporary Tiles.
We spotted this Moroccan home on HomeLife. The dramatic hexagonal tile is by Popham Design.
The colorful floor tile steals the show in this bathroom from D Magazine. You can find it at the Cement Tile Shop.
The contrasting tile in the shower niche in this bathroom, designed by Double G Architects and spotted on Desire to Inspire, looks like this tile by Popham Design.
This bathroom, seen in a home from The New York Times, has a black and white encaustic tile that looks very similar to this design from Mosaic House.
The colorful herringbone tiles in this bathroom are also by Made a Mano. Showering will never be the same ever again.
(Image credits: Curbly; Stine Langvad; Mark Reilly Architecture; T Magazine; Contemporary Tiles; HomeLife; D Magazine; Desire to Inspire; New York Times; Made a Mano)