Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. September 20th , 2017.
Old habits die hard, but today, break the cycle. Here’s how to shake it up and get out of your design funk with just a few tiles.
For a totally finished look, Wolf may suggest removing a window’s existing wood casing and replacing it with tile. "We call it ’picture framing’ the window," he explains. Wolf typically recommends a natural stone or ceramic border tile with some depth for the best results. And to really tie the look together, incorporate tile used elsewhere in the room.
Concrete. This up-and-comer is versatile, durable, and water resistant. Reminiscent of stone, it comes in a range of colors and textures. The surface won’t harbor mold, mildew, and odors, and it’s easy to clean. Good news for icy toes: Concrete absorbs heat and is suitable atop radiant heating.
A small powder room is the perfect place to play with a really bold tile. In this petite bath, geometric tiles cover the walls and floor, adding dimension to the space. The simple white vanity and frameless mirror keep the design from feeling overwhelming.
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