The brown porcelain tile floor carries up onto the shower walls, adding bold color in this tranquil bathroom. A glass shower door provides a seamless transition to the vanity area. A sleek white vessel sink and chrome faucet stand out against the dark quartz countertops.
This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
Beige porcelain tile lines the floor and shower walls of this master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2013. White accents and tropical decor create a classic beach look. A frosted glass door encases the room's water closet, offering privacy and a contrast to adjacent clear glass doors.
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.
The easy-to-clean, durable and waterproof porcelain tile floor with veining and white grout offers the rich look of Carrera marble. “We did not do hardwood in here,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “We thought it would be smart, since this is where a lot of people will have bathing suits on and also flip-flops.”
The spa-style master bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2013 features cool blue accessories, travertine-style porcelain on the floors and walls, seashell artwork, white cabinetry and chrome accents. The floor of the large shower is covered in porcelain micro tile.
The neutral porcelain tiles in this spa-like shower create smooth walls and seating. The pebble flooring is a beautiful touch that's pleasing to the feet. A square rain head complements the shape of the tiles.
The porcelain tile of this sleek shower surrounds a glass accent tile stripe and built-in niche to store shower accessories. The dark shades of the glass tile add a contrast to the light neutral walls and white floor. A stainless steel shower head and handle are mounted into the wall.
A dark and dated 1970s California ranch kitchen, redesigned by Mary Broerman, is made open and bright with new cabinets, appliances, porcelain tile flooring, granite countertops and limestone backsplash with custom tile painting.