Vertically-hung mosaic tile creates a dramatic backsplash in this traditional eat-in kitchen. Under cabinet lighting illuminates the backsplash's natural hues which complement the dark wood cabinets. A stainless steel range hood helps to tie in the metallic pendants and hardware.
The smooth pebble shower pan creates a great texture under one's feet and also prevents any slipping while taking a shower. The neutral and black rocks are complimented by a glass tile, vertical stripe in the white vertical tiled wall.
Ultra thin mosaic tiles run horizontally along this kitchen's backsplash, creating subtle contrast against the vertical grain of the sleek cabinets. Linear cabinet pulls complete the contemporary look.
Mosaic tiles take a delightful twist when installed vertically instead of horizontally, which is more common. Tones of blues and neutral create a soothing, upscale feel in this transitional master bathroom. A Carrera marble countertop on the vanity adds additional richness and interest to the space.
The sink backsplash is a brick mosaic tile, running vertical and framing the large rectangular mirror. A charcoal gray countertop covers white lower cabinets in the arch vanity frame. Large white marble tiling coats the floor for a bright and polished finish.
Turn your tile around for a high-end look. In this bathroom, the tiles take on a more expensive air because they are all laid out vertically, instead of the traditional horizontal layout found in most showers, says Jennifer Reed, a designer with Mosaic Group [Architects and Remodelers]. While it may appear costly, Reed says the tile was affordably priced, at $6 per square foot.
This frameless glass door shower has an effortless contemporary look and sophisticated color palette. The shower’s basketweave tile floor, field subway tile and vertical band of glass mosaic accent tile adorn the space with beautiful form and function.
Installing glass tile vertically keeps this shower with strong geometry feeling spacious. Stylish mosaic tile installed in a chevron pattern excites in the recessed shelves while a chic marble bench resonates within the black and white color palate.
The frosted pocket door creates privacy and adds to the contemporary look of the bathroom. A dark wood vanity with white countertop leads the way to a small mosaic tile floor. The bathroom continues to a vertical tiled wall in shades of gray.
Long, modern tiles are arranged vertically to visually expand this walk-in shower. Small glass mosaic tiles provide contrast and add some shimmer to the space. A frameless glass partition keeps the shower from feeling closed in.