Blue Mosaic Tile Spills From Shower Onto Floor to Create Pooling Effect
Blue mosaic tile lines the wall of the shower and appears to spill out onto the floor, creating a pooling effect in the boy's bathroom at the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015. Concrete tiles offer an affordable option for the rest of the shower stall and floor.
White subway tile is used floor to ceiling in the large walk-in shower, and a bamboo bench doubles as a seat and shelf. Asian-inspired wallpaper in soothing blues and creams makes a dramatic statement throughout the whole space.
This cheerful aqua bathroom reflects youth and vintage Hollywood glamor — perfect for a teen girl. The room manages to feel simultaneously fun and sophisticated, ensuring it can grow with the girl through later teenage years.
Down the hall, a small teal and white bathroom gives guests their own space to freshen up. Where white walls and a chrome sink make the space feel clean, a fish scale backsplash adds beautiful visual interest.
The homeowners wanted a unique look throughout their homes, so designers delivered with touches of texture throughout the home, even in the master bathroom space. Textured concrete adds a fun flair to the space, while a teal tile floor brings color to the space. Finally, a wood vanity adds the finishing touch to this fun master bathroom.
Contemporary Bathroom With Soft Wall Color, White Subway Tile and Country Flair
Baby blue walls are a soft background allowing the bold hunter green marble countertop to stand out in the bright bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the tub and continues into the open door shower. Wood cabinetry pops between the dark countertop and dark gray floor tiles.
A sleek pedestal sink is perfect for small bathrooms since they take up less space and give the room an airy quality. A soft blue-gray pairs with clean white for two-toned walls in this contemporary bathroom, while built-in shelves house necessities.