5 bathroom tile trends for 2024

If you’re looking to update your bathroom or toilet, Ca’ Pietra has released its 2024 Bathroom Trend Report. The tile trend report offers ideas for family bathrooms, ensuites, downstairs toilets and more. From marble to geometric to arty, these bathroom ideas are on trend for 2024.

One of the biggest trends for bathroom tiles is stripes. They’re a forever trend, according to Ca’ Pietra Head of Creative, Grazzie Wilson, and one that’s set to be bigger and better than ever this year. Rather than reserving this trend to ticking stripe curtains and circus stripe cushions, styling your bathroom with striped tiles could put you at the top of the decor charts.

Here are the best bathroom tile trends and cloakroom styles for 2024, according to Grazzie. These trends are perfect inspiration for any Spring redecorating plans.


One of Grazzie’s favourite colour combinations is pink and orange. While a bit controversial to some, we love this punchy, powerful combo that’s full of panache.

“It’s a colour coupling that might take your mind to the iconic fuchsia pink and coral combo worn by Taylor Swift at the Grammy’s by Atelier Versace, but if that’s a bit too strong, then try on for size the rich and warming Seaton tile tones of Marmalade and Shrimp,” Grazzie says.

The pink and orange tiles are ideal used to zone a sink area, lined up to give a pinstriped wall in colours that are bold but far from brash.

Ca' Pietra Seaton Marmalade and Shrimp bathroom tiles

If you prefer something slightly calmer, how about stripes in a multi-pastel palette combination. The Seaton Pink Sands, Deep Sea, Sky and White Sands wall tiles create a stripe upon stripe of complementary colours. But stripes don’t need to be limited to your bathroom walls. They look equally lovely on the bathroom floor, like these Deck Chair floor tiles in Rose, especially against a pastel-striped wall.

As Grazzie says, “Why lay those stripes one way when you can mix things up a bit more and have multidirectional floor stripes? Because of the carefully considered colour palette, you can 100% get away with as much striped playfulness as you please.”

Ca' Pietra Deck Chair Rose bathroom tiles

Another place that’s perfect for stripes is the bath tub. Creating a striped bath panel will give your bathroom true wow factor.

“We used our washed pastel effect porcelain tiles, aptly named Petite because of their bitesize form, laying them vertically and alternating the colours between the gloss Blue and Sky finishes,” Grazzie explains.

“The result? A bath panel seriously upgraded and earning its style stripes.”

Ca' Pietra Kashmir Earthern and Petite-Piccolo Gloss Blue and Sky bathroom tiles

Marble marvel

Large format marble-effect flagstones are going to be big in 2024. While smaller marble tiles make a shapely statement, these tiles show off its effect and colouring. You can go for classic Carrara marble tiles, or for a more unusual marble try a deep green Guatemalan-style marble like the Rainforest tile.

Rainforest Lemurian tiles
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Micro metro tiles are versatile and cute, available in gloss or matte and in different tones. Lay them on your bathroom floor as a border to break up a larger flagstone tile. Or run them up or across your walls to create a gorgeous bath panel.

Petite-Piccolo Olive Green Gloss and White Gloss stripe tiles
Image Credit: Ca’ Pietra/BC Designs Bath

The Petite Porcelain tiles are ideal for creating stripes. Available in 12 tones, choose two or three colours for a more striking design.


Geometric patterns are often seen in black and white or vibrant colours. But consider tiles that feature classic geometry-inspired patterns in a softer palette. Try out powder blue or kaleidoscope geometric tiles for your shower enclosure, splashback or floor for a dash of pastel in the bathroom.

Fine art

Bringing art into the bathroom is always a good idea. But here, we’re talking about two trends.
First, muralists commissioned to paint beautiful scenes straight onto your walls. Second, bathroom art via collaborations with artists, who are designing tiles that are art-gallery worthy.

With the Ca’ Pietra Artist in Residence campaign, painters and illustrators are invited to work on their own tile capsule each season. So take your pick from hand-painted Wild Botanicals with Clarissa Hulse or lino-style nature motifs by Maria Yiannikkou.

CH Wild Botanicals Blue tiles
Image Credit: Ca’ Pietra

There’s also a collaboration with Ca’ Pietra favourite artist, Sasha Compton. Bathrooms are becoming a whole lot more painterly.