Pairing a Claw-Foot Tub with the Right Tile
Go with Natural stone
If you want your tub to be the star of your bathroom, consider going with a softer finish, such as matte or semi-gloss, rather than a conventional high-gloss finish.
Choose Your Primary Color
When choosing a background for your tub, consider the mood you would like to create. Pure white works well in a bright, cheery space, and a muted hue offers a softer, more calming look. Tile with a hint of beige, gray, or yellow can warm up or cool down the look of your bathroom space.
Because most claw-foot tubs, new or old, have a shabby-chic look, consider using tile that resemble time-honored natural stone. Whether real marble or marble look porcelain tile, the result will be stunning.
Consider Wood Look Tile