By Emeric Eve. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 13:31:59 PM.
A more practical option is to only install subway tiles on the shower’s walls. This way it’s easier to line up the tiles to create a continuous pattern across the walls. Subway tiles give the shower a classy and at the same time simple look as timeless as they are.
Almost everything we’ve seen so far of wood tile in the shower has been laid horizontally. But that doesn’t mean you can’t lay your wood pattern vertically. What might have been rather boring and cliche will turn interesting and modern, just because your pattern goes an unexpected way.
We see another circular mirror in this bathroom space, but it gives a totally different vibe (necessarily so!). Set atop a large, unframed square mirror, a metallic and textural circle frame visually delineates what is “the” mirror space here. Outside the circle, the mirror reflects light and shine, a beautiful touch with the vapor chair and that beautiful freestanding tub. (Oh, that tub!) I like how the mirror here is almost like a second window, what with the amount of lightness reflected.
This clean-cut space doesn’t want (or need!) a lot of frills, which is why these tiltable, modern mirrors are a perfect fit. Simply framed in a stainless steel, the his-and-hers mirrors add dimension to a white (or otherwise monochromatic) bathroom. The mirrors don’t draw a lot of attention to themselves; rather, they reflect a ton of light and whiteness and thus highlight other pops of color in the space.
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