One of designer Claire Paquin's favorite ways to make an impact in the bathroom is marble mosaic floor tiles. "Bathrooms rarely have any opportunity for pattern, with the exceptions of window treatments and wallpaper, so a patterned floor tile is a great place to splurge. Sometimes the small, intricate patterns are expensive, but you typically won't need to buy as much," says Paquin.
This chic bathroom features floor-to-ceiling gray stone tiles that perfectly showcase the white designer freestanding bathtub. A built-in wall shelf allows room for storing bathroom essentials, while convenient wall hooks provide space for hanging towels and other items.
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.
This stylish bathroom features white subway wall tiles paired with a charcoal ceiling and gray traditional vanity. Black and white hexagon floor tiles add interesting texture, while chrome sconces on either side of the mirror provide a finishing touch.