One of the things Marcella Lentz-Pope has always dreamed of is a diner-inspired black-and-white floor tiles. What better way to give her kitchen this look than to add peel-and-stick tiles to her space.
Playful tile provides loads of visual interest in this otherwise crisp and understated bathroom. Black and white patterned tile creates a focal point on the floor, white hexagonal tiles carry the two-toned color scheme to the shower. Brass accents warm up the space.
In a small bathroom, the floor can be a great way to go in terms of bringing in bold colors or patterns. This one chooses black and white, then picks up the scheme in a thin black stripe running through the shower.
Exposed ceiling beams stand out against the contrasting light and dark wood cabinetry. Two-tone cabinets set the stage for a bold, black and white diamond-patterned floor, which mimics the butcher block island countertop.
A no-threshold shower with a glass enclosure helps this dramatically designed bathroom to feel as large and open as possible. A black and white chevron floor, wall sconces and a custom vanity lend glamour to the space.
White tile mimics a brick pattern in this black and white, contemporary bathroom featuring a glass shower. To capitalize on abundant natural light streaming in through the bathroom window, the shower uses a seamless tempered-glass enclosure fastened to the walls with polished chrome hardware.