Mid Century modern had its heyday in the 1950s and early 1960s. And today, the recent growth in aesthetic fascination has thrown this iconic aesthetic back to the spotlight, which makes it all the more anger. . .yet again! Prepared to adopt this on-trend appearance? Well, your bathroom is a wonderful place to begin. Statement-making geometric tile -- about the walls or the ground -- adds measurement and immediately changes the vibe of the area. Ahead are 14 mid century modern bathrooms which aren't scared to allow their beautiful tile glow.

1. Move glowing. . .and blue.
This 56-square-foot Eichler bathroom resurrection by Urbanism Designs creates a splash with white walls and bright blue geometric tile floors that ups the wow factor considerably.

2. In symmetry, we hope.
This salle de bain, designed by Kenowa Builders, is based on symmetry and blank lines. Rather than a constant vanity cupboard, the design of the space accommodates a set of fitting, his-and-her vanity cabinets, while the herringbone wall tile performs up the general angularity of this room.

3. Elevate the aesthetic.
With this architect-designed house in Portland, Bright Designlab chosen for Carrara marble and cement tile. The sleek, polished surfaces match the raised aesthetic without stealing attention from the audacious components.

4. Marry mid century and modern.
Who would not wish to start (and end) their afternoon within this ultra-chic toilet -- a harmonious marriage of mid century and modern styles. The tassel-fringed bathroom mat and towels bring about some bohemian whimsy, while the hexagonal grey floor ceramic and tile pendant add a modest mid century charm.

5. Graphic gorgeousness.
We love all of the midcentury nature of the guest bathroom redux from Emily Henderson -- notably the picture cement tile. The refreshed area is indeed cool, clean, and complex.

6. Shower in fashion.
This huge walk-in shower is the celebrity of Bre Bertolini's remodeled master retreat. Honeycomb mosaic tile covers the flooring and the walls are clad in 6x6 white gloss ceramic tile. A rain shower head and frameless lace black mended shower panel finish this spa-like encounter.

7. Floating furnishings.
This second-floor master bathroom flaunts a floating walnut dressing table, improved with a white quartz counter and slick draw pulls. A frameless mirror (with concealed storage) hovers above. Light gray ceramic tiles Ann Sacks combines the entire room together.

8. Accentuate white using natural lighting.
The nuanced contrast between the Merola White Hex Tiles around the Ground along with also the Daltile White Subway Tiles about the walls in Sarah Sherman Samuel's master bathroom makes the room feel big and bright. A custom made glass shower enclosure expands the spacious vibe.

9. Bathing beauty.
Envision yourself indulging in a relaxing retreat in this haven of serenity. A grey-and-white colour palette set well with clean lines and glossy fittings, though a huge image window lets in a lot of natural lighting.

10. Behold the beauty of white and black.
Black and Black performed right! The interplay of this crisp subway tile partitions along with also the darker, more manly hexagonal floors within this sun-drenched Australian oasis is just striking -- and of course, totally classic.

11. The ability of pendant lighting.
Designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel, this bathroom boasts a basket-weave tile background plus custom marble-topped dressing table . But we can not stop staring in the round, brass-rimmed mirror that is flanked by a set of mini-pendant lights out of Cedar & Moss.

12. What is old is new again.
Remnants of an age gone by, a classic credenza turned geometric and vanity tile discuss the spotlight. Sleek white subway tile, classic design light fixtures, plus also a glass shower enclosure perform supporting roles.

13. Get items popping with colour.
This 1940s Brentwood ranch designed by Jamie Bush + Co.. Boasts a hot, minimalist decorative using a neutral palette emphasized by interesting pops of brightly colored shaded hues. This bathroom's white and blue mosaic tile works together harmoniously to make a contemporary mid century dream.

14. Green with jealousy.
Interior designer Elizabeth Roberts has us swooning through the soft green subway tile employed in this Brooklyn bathroom. Complemented by black trimming fittings, glass shower enclosure, along with a floating vanity cupboard, this bathroom redux is as classic as it's.

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Nitin Pillai is an expert in covering subjects related to education, and has been closely working in this industry for almost a decade now.