10 Simple Bathroom Ideas with Subway Tiles And Colorful Tub

Shot of bathroom with big white bathtub and rustic decor

For your bathroom, it is recommended to use subway tiles for the bathroom walls. These kinds of tiles are light reflective, stain-resistant, and easy to clean. Subway tiles also suit any style, whether your bathroom style is rustic, traditional, modern, or contemporary.

Below are 10 simple bathroom ideas with subway tiles and colorful tubs that can give you more inspiration to design your bathroom.

1. Bayview by Sweet Sparkman Architects

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The best thing about subway tiles is you can easily make your bathroom interior bright. Bayview by Sweet Sparkman Architects has a big bathroom with a bright interior thanks to the subway tiles on the wall. There are also wood elements in this bathroom (vanity and mirrors).

Photographer: Ryan Gamma

 

2. West Wing House by MRTN Architects

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The main theme for the bathroom interior in West Wing House by MRTN Architects is black and white. It is a simple bathroom idea with subway tiles and black tiles that can create an eye-catching black-and-white interior. Wood element comes from the vanity.

Photographer: ANTHONY BASHEER

 

3. The Black House by Berg Design Architecture

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A simple bathroom idea with subway tiles in this bathroom is about creating a bright interior with the use of subway tiles for the whole wall. The Black House by Berg Design Architecture also uses patterned tiles to beautify its bathroom floor.

Photography: BJÖRN WALLANDER

 

4. Tamarit Apartment by Raul Sanchez Architects

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If you have a small bathroom, this simple bathroom idea with subway tiles is perfect for you. Tamarit Apartment by Raul Sanchez Architects uses subway tiles to beautify the whole wall of its bathroom. Simple patterned tiles are also used for the bathroom floor to create a variated look.

Photography: Jose Hevia

 

5. House of Fun by The DHaus Company

House Of Fun 1

White and yellow, why not? A simple bathroom idea with subway tiles in House of Fun by The DHaus Company is about combining two bright colors (yellow and white) to create an interesting look. The white element comes from the subway tiles while yellow paint beautifies half part of the wall.

Photography: The DHaus Company

 

6. E2211 House by Ravel Architecture

E2211 House 1

A simple bathroom idea in this bathroom is about creating a modern and natural look. E2211 House by Ravel Architecture uses subway tiles for its bathroom wall and bathtub. The natural look comes from the wooden vanity that offers enough storage.

Photographer: Chase Daniel

 

7. Easton Residence by Diebel and Company

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Easton Residence by Diebel and Company has a bright bathroom with a dark floor. The simple bathroom idea in this house is about creating a bright interior with the use of subway tiles for the wall. By using black tiles for the floor, a contrasting but interesting look can be created.

Photographer: Obeo

 

8. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Alexandra Barker

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Another simple bathroom idea for a small bathroom comes from South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Alexandra Barker. In this house, subway tiles are used for the whole wall of the bathroom. For the floor, black tiles are used to match the sink.

Photographer: Francis Dzikowski

 

9. Boundary St House, Port Melbourne by Chan Architecture

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Subway tiles in Boundary St House, Port Melbourne by Chan Architecture are used to beautify the bathroom wall behind the sink. There is also a black custom shelf that contrasts with the subway tiles. You can also add a pot of plants to create fresh air.

Photography: Tatjana Plitt Photography

 

10. Mountain View Double Gable Eichler by Klopf Architecture

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Mountain View Double Gable Eichler by Klopf Architecture is a classic Eichler home that has a simple bathroom idea with subway tiles. The subway tiles are used to beautify the wall of the shower area. There is also a wood element in this bathroom that comes from the floor of the shower and the bathroom vanity.

Photographer: Mariko Reed


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