The pristine guest bathroom features beautiful tile in shades of gray. A subway tile backsplash continues around half of the room, while intricate basketweave tile is underfoot. The dark vanity with its beadboard-inspired front is dressed up with metallic hardware and an undermount sink.
This bathroom to includes a steam shower, large tub and double-sink vanity. The custom cherry blossom tile mosaic is from Ann Sacks and makes the bathroom feel unique and luxurious. Because the mosaic was an expensive addition, simple, inexpensive tiles were selected for all other areas of the bathroom to avoid breaking the bank
Square brown, white, beige and grey mosaic tiles have been used on the walls and around the bathtub in this small bathroom. An arched mirror, medicine cabinet, pedestal sink and toilet are also in the room. In the shower, two built-in shelves providing plenty of storage.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris created a cozy bathroom by giving the walls a new coat of Behr Silky White paint. She used Muse Stanley Park green tile in the shower enclosure, and she added wall and floor tiles called Ardoise Blanc.
Instead of color, tiles in interesting patterns can add lots of visual interest to a space. Here, tiles in different shapes and sizes are layered to create a frame around the bathroom mirror and a stripe in the shower.
Black-and-white marble tile floors, silver-blue walls and charcoal gray concrete counters add trendy charm to this 1940s bathroom. A beveled mirror and wall sconces add glamour above the white vanity and vessel sink.