This modern bathroom might be small but shows a lot of style. Vertical subway tiles line the shower and tub, with gray and white geometric floor tiles below. The single vanity features a marble countertop and glass bowl vessel sink.
A vertical subway tile backsplash creates a less conventional movement in the room to elongate the look and add a touch of soft blue color to the room. A modern bubble chandelier is an airy light accessory over the kitchen island. The diamond shaped island features a bold marble countertop and barstools lined up for an eat-in set up.
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.
Soft tones, a floating vanity and sleek subway tile give this stunning contemporary bathroom an updated, soothing feel. Using a glass wall for the shower and bathtub creates the impression of space while subway tile installed vertically gives visual separation from the sink area.
Consider using stainless steel subway tiles in place of large sheets of steel for a cost-effective modern look. Designer Diane Foreman, of Neil Kelly Company wanted to carry the stainless steel she had used in the backsplash and sink of this kitchen to the bar area, but a curved sheet of stainless steel of that size would have been cost prohibitive in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. Instead, she saved money and created a sleek look using stainless steel subway tiles in a vertical pattern.
The accent wall with subway tile backsplash adds dimension and visual interest. The section of the backsplash directly behind the range features a herringbone pattern, contrasting with the standard vertical placement of the adjacent tiles.
Neutral kitchen cabinets provide convenient storage and a clean facade in this kitchen. Stainless steel appliances, including double ovens, add a hint of shine to the muted color palette. Black and white subway tile add visual interest behind the stove with alternating vertical stripes.
This lovely bathroom achieves a look that's both sophisticated and fresh. Gray subway tile backsplashes are a crisp backdrop for the walk-in shower and heavenly soaking tub, while a rustic barn door entrance brings softness to the space. Unusual vertical skylights flood the room with light.