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Laundry Room Tile Design Ideas

In rooms that are prone to moisture, there is no better choice than tile. It’s easy to clean and protects your mess-prone floors. Keep your laundry room feeling neat and clean with surfaces you can easily wipe down.

Cream and grey laundry room tile.

You won’t mind doing the laundry in this serene cream space.

2024 Laundry Room Tile Design Trends

If you’re spending time there, the laundry room is just as important as any other room in your home—treat it like it is. Many people create a “happy place” with unique, vibrant style instead of relegating the laundry room to a dark corner of the basement. You can create your own geometric pattern with different solid colors or choose a vibrant, patterned tile that makes a statement all on its own. If a more understated style is your preference, consider using wood-look tile. In shapes like planks, hexagons and mosaics, you can get the look of wood without worrying about water damage. While we can’t make doing the laundry the highlight of your day, designing your laundry room with as much care as you would any other room will help make it a place you don’t mind spending time in.

Tiled farmhouse laundry room.

Modern farmhouse style is at its best when different styles, finishes and materials all combine perfectly together.

Blue patterned laundry room tiles.

The laundry room is a perfect place to play with color, geometry and pattern.


Dust, fuzz, moisture—protect your laundry room floors from all of these with an easy-to-clean, durable tile floor. Since many laundry rooms also double as mudrooms, you’ll appreciate how easy it is to wipe up dirty areas with a damp rag. Heavier messes can easily be cleaned with The Tile Shop’s Superior Grout and Tile Neutral Cleaner. Laundry room tile isn’t just utilitarian—it’s also beautiful and versatile, adding style, color and texture to your home.

square floor tiles laundry room.

The subtle pattern of this mosaic tile adds a stylish touch to this laundry room.

We love installing grey tile in laundry rooms because it creates a vibe that’s cool and comfortable.

Want to see more? Browse our laundry room floor tile.

Backsplash Designs

Laundry room backsplashes are becoming quite popular because it’s a place to show your personality and brighten up the space (and maybe even make doing the laundry a little more fun!). Since it is usually separate from the rest of your house, many people use their laundry room backsplash tile to add a bright color or pattern, like with encaustic or encaustic-look tiles, interesting mosaic or something bolder than they’d normally use in the rest of the house. Hexagons, arabesques, 3-D tiles and mosaics all work perfectly to serve as a backsplash and accent.

Combine multiple tile patterns on your backsplash to add interesting contrast that stands out.

Choosing white subway tile for your laundry room is always a smart, stylish idea.

Browse our selection of backsplash tile.

Let our design experts help you to create the laundry room of your dreams. Our free design services are available to you 7 days a week.


Design Tip: Choosing Materials

Ceramic, porcelain, marble, glass, travertine…when there are so many options, it can be hard to know what tile material to choose. Man-made tiles, like porcelain and ceramic, are not only durable, but they come in an almost-endless selection. Different colors, shapes and finishes mean that there is always a perfect tile for your project. Stone tiles also offer a large variety of naturally occurring variations but have different care properties. There’s no one perfect tile for everyone—it just depends on the look you want to achieve. The Tile Shop has a large selection of tiles that’s growing everyday, so there’s always something new to discover.

Floors with larger hexagonal tiles can make your room feel more spacious.

Large-format grey stone tile adds a contemporary touch to this mudroom.

White Tile Laundry Backsplash

Here’s a great example of how a bold tile pattern can add some pop to a white laundry room.

Design Tip: Choosing Colors

For your floors, choosing a non-slip tile that doesn’t show the dirt can be a good idea to help hide messes if your laundry room doubles as a mudroom. Your laundry room’s backsplash is a place to have fun. A bright and cheerful color, design or pattern livens up the space while being durable and functional. Blue, green, red, pink, silver and even metallics are all options for your laundry room wall tile.

stone tiles in laundry room.

This laundry room uses colorful natural stone tile to set a rustic mood.

wood look floor and wall tiles.

Even a room with a neutral color palette can mix and match patterns to leave an impact.

White tile flooring is effective in creating a clean, bright atmosphere in your laundry room.

Nothing beats seeing the tile in person. Come in to browse our huge selection of tile options at a store near you.