Simple and understated, this bathroom tile floor, envisioned by Pure Design Interiors, shows how a pattern variation can heighten a room's overall aesthetic. Although dissimilar from the gray block-style pattern laid on the wall and in the shower stall, this herringbone pattern on the floor adds depth and a slightly 3-D effect to a home component that is often overlooked when designing a bathroom.
Pure Design Interiors worked its magic for this bathroom renovation by using a unique, interesting and ultra-contemporary mindset. Normally, combining a white contemporary tub with gray marble wall tile, all set on a brown herringbone-patterned tile floor, would be a no-no, but here it is the ultimate in sophistication and stylishness. Use your imagination and soar!
Tile set in a herringbone pattern in the shower offers a look that resembles whitewashed wood, adding an elegant touch of rusticity in this bathroom. A slipper tub, glass chandelier and rug add to the style of the space.
For the sassy young lady, the Lip Service bathroom at the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015 is the perfect spot to prepare for the day or relax at the end of it. A cast iron tub is framed with brass wall paneling for a glam spot to soak, while Voutsa's Lips wallpaper adds feminine flair in a bold way.
Brass and jewelry-inspired accents add girly glam to "Lip Service," a bathroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. A herringbone-patterned marble floor adds edge to the design, keeping it from being overwhelmingly feminine.
The tub and herringbone stone tile design is the main focal point centered in the bathroom. This herringbone pattern references the wood entry herringbone pattern, maintaining a common thread in the design. A gorgeous crystal chandelier and light, neutral color scheme give a spa feel to the design.