Mosaic tile floors add punch to this traditional bathroom, which has an overall clean, updated aesthetic. The dual vanity is footed, giving it the appearance of a piece of built-in furniture. Meanwhile, a pair of medicine cabinets and a tall center cabinet feature molding that ties in with the crown molding, and also with decorative tile molding that caps a subway tile wainscot.
Use differently shaped and textured tiles in a shower to create a eye-catching geographic display, as seen here with the backsplash and mosaic tile floor. But keep the color palette similar to avoid making the space too busy.
This white-tiled bathroom features a drop-in bathtub and chrome fixtures, like the sink faucet and hand-held shower head. A convenient shelf above the tub allows for towel storage and hooks where towels can hang to dry.
As seen on Home Town, the Burcham residence in Laurel, MS has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. The kitchen now features new high-end custom cabinets, quartz countertops, and a new subway tile backsplash.
Gray subway tile starts at the top of the shower and continues down across the floor in this modern bathroom. A glass panel stands beside the rain shower head separating the bathing area from the wooden floating vanity.
An excellent way to add architectural interest to a bathroom is to cover the walls in classic white subway tile. To create a high-contrast look, opt for charcoal grout. Keep in mind when sourcing grout that it's not available in a true black. Although it may appear black in the package, once dry, it takes on medium-to-dark charcoal tone which becomes apparent when used between black tiles, resulting in a mismatched look.