From the cubic pattern on the floor to the sharp line of the chair rail, this Brooklyn bathroom is a study in crisp geometry. The clean black-and-white color palette is uninterrupted, and traditional elements like the footed, furniture-style vanity and subway tile walls keep the area grounded.
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
An eye-catching geometric porcelain tile floor inset into the light 7-inch white oak hardwood floor used throughout the house gives the entry a punch of personality and a distinctive look that previews the attention to detail seen both indoors and outside this home.
Geometric tile in varying color stretches from wall to floor to play a fun game with dimension and shape in this trend-forward Brooklyn powder room. A sleek, white floating vanity and simple mirror keep the attention focused on the dramatic tile.
Because pedestal tubs appear to float in their surroundings, they can be a wise choice for compact bathrooms. Not only do they take up less visual space, but their smaller footprint also exposes more flooring, which is preferable when showing off intricate hexagonal floor tiles like these.
An overhead view of the open plan living area features four black velvet armchairs and a glass boomerang coffee table anchored by a geometric rug. Nearby, a round glass dining table provides seating for eight.
Graphic, geometric patterned floor tile serves as the focal point and color palette inspiration for this bathroom. Wooden, flat panel vanity drawers bring a natural, warm element to the black and white space. Since an octagonal shower window is the only source of natural light, white walls and subway tile help brighten the room.