The natural light that pours into this bathroom makes the space bright and inviting, while the bright colors on the walls and the vanity make the space pop. The gray, penny-round tile anchors the space and gives a calmness to the busy pattern of the walls.
To get a little extra space in what was one a small, confined bathroom, this timeless black and white bathroom poached some space from the exercise room. Subway tiles on the wall and penny-round tiles on the floor gave the space a retro feeling, while the custom mirror and trough sink made the space a little more fun.
Pops of red stand out against the black penny-round tile wall in this contemporary kitchen. To add architectural interest to any kitchen, carry the same tile used on the backsplash up onto the rest of the walls.
The black and white bathroom in this Tudor home highlights the traditional style of the home's interior spaces. The black and white penny-round tile, wainscoting and white walls reflect that style; however, the teal tub in this sophisticated bathroom helps to liven the space, adding a pop of color and making the space more modern.
In this bright, inviting bathroom, designers added dark cabinets to provide some warmth in the space. These modern cabinets complement the traditional penny-round tile, but they also help update the space with a little modern flair. The mirror and light fixtures also help to modernize the space and blend with the neutral color palette to help keep the space light and open.
This unbee-lievably cute bathroom is both fun and elegant. Plenty of natural light comes into the space from two French doors that open onto a private balcony, while the cool patterned wallpaper brings life to the space. The clean lines of the cobalt blue sink with clean, white countertop make the space feel sophisticated and modern, while the gray penny-round tile adds a calming aspect to the busy walls, tying the design together.
Two stylistically different backsplashes are used in the vintage-inspired kitchen. Behind the stove are teal-blue vertical tiles extending to the ceiling, while the adjacent wall features dark gray penny-round and is finished with bone white grout to accent the shape of the tiles.