By Paul Auguste. Bathroom Design. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 11:48:49 AM.
If you’re thinking an entire shower tiled with wood looking tile might be a little too dark, take a tip from other room decor. Give your shower it’s own statement wall. Especially if all your tile is white and plain, a wood tile statement wall will give your bathroom the pop it needs without overwhelming the space.
Originally, the tiles used on the walls of the NY subway stations were white with a glossy glazed finish and thin grout lines and while the pattern and the overall style were preserved as such, there’s now a wide variety of colors to choose from. This shower, for instance, features dark green subway tiles which contrast with the wooden flooring and frame.
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.
When you live in a rustic mountain house or cabin, it’s almost required to lean into honeyed wood tones and rich brown shades. If the rest of your house is boasting some lovely natural wood colors, tile your shower to match with something a little darker. Even if it doesn’t match exactly, the rustic look will still be a winner.
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