By Yves Florence. Bathroom Design. Published at Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 - 12:45:04 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.
Until the new floating style of vanity showed up on the design scene, most bathroom cabinetry was large and hulking, sitting heavily on the floor. Now, mid-century modern style is creeping into the bathroom, yielding vanities and cupboards that sport modern and chic legs. Looking a lot like pieces that would be at home in a living room, these can hold your sink and all the bathroom necessities.
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.
Bathrooms by their very nature typically involve a variety of shapes, what with the sink, tub, shower, toilet, and vanity. That’s why a large chunky circle mirror like this one might be a fantastic option – it ties in with the geometry and color scheme of the room (not to mention sophisticated style) while adding a nice contrast to the lines of the vanity and reflected shower. I like how a circular mirror breaks up the tall backsplash here as well. A fabulous statement piece, this.
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