By Yves Florence. Bathroom Design. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 03:14:33 AM.
What if you’re decorating your home with the cooler tones? Will brown wood tile be too warm for the bathroom? Maybe. To be safe, choose a wood tile for your shower that leans on the gray side. You’ll still get that lovely wooden texture look without your shower seeming out of place.
The shower toilet might be new for its technically sophisticated functions, but it’s also notable for its color: black. While colored fixtures have mainly been relegated to the past — goodbye avocado and pepto-pink — black is just as classic as white for bathroom fixtures. This multi-stage hygiene concept toilet is paired with a black sink and framed mirror. The look is a modern bathroom trend, with a classic twist of the black and white color palette.
In case you hadn’t realized, your wood tile doesn’t have to be on the walls of your shower. When the rest of your home has beautiful wood flooring, think how cool it would look to have a matching wood tile on the floor of your shower, no matter what your style is. You’ll definitely be winning the bathroom decor game.
If stone isn’t really your thing but a full wood tiled shower isn’t what you want either, consider using different option altogether. Just because your wood tile has a pattern doesn’t mean you can’t pick another patterned tile to go with it. Try marble against that wood. You just might be surprised how chic and contemporary it looks.
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