By Eliane Raphael. Bathroom Design. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 05:50:52 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.
This detailed cut-out frame in happy yellow adds color in a bathroom full of natural and neutral elements. The dark wood vanity and appearance of grey stone countertop make a somber statement, which is why this mirror stuffed with life and personality is a delightful exclamation point. (Did you notice how the knob handles match the yellow as well? Lovely.)
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.
In a welcome departure from the typical bathroom towel rack, these new styles are an expansion of the blanket ladder that is popular for living rooms. By having an entire set of rungs in the bathroom, it is much easier to hang all the family towels up in one place and still have enough space for them to air dry properly. It is also a very handsome element in the space, especially in this bathroom.
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