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.
As the floor tile approaches the glass enclosed shower, the use of navy and light blue tiles fades into dominantly yellow, gray and white tiling. A stainless steel drain is fixed within the tile for shower drainage.
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.
A mosaic tile floor adds depth to this traditional bathroom. A tile tub surround enhances the room's luxurious feel, while dual wood vanities and a cabinet above the tub provide plenty of storage space.
For the bathroom joining two teen sisters' bedrooms, designers layered various shades of blue: pale blue for the ceiling and mosaic tile floor, a brighter shade for the vanity and matching mirrors. Lightbulbs are suspended from the ceiling in a contemporary twist on a pendant light.
This bathroom isn't huge, but it offers spa-style luxury with a walk-in shower that includes a waterfall faucet and skylight. A dark blue mosaic tile floor is a pretty companion to the light colors used on the walls and ceiling.
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.