Bathroom Tile. Wednesday , September 20th , 2017 - 19:47:40 PM
Glass accent tile is really exciting right now," says Bill Wolf, owner of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen in Grand Rapids, Mich. Used for backsplashes, shower walls and as accents on floors, glass tiles add a depth, sparkle and luminescence not found in ceramic or natural stone.
Rubber. Water splashes and dropped curling irons are no problem for heat- and water-resistant rubber floors. Plus, the surface isn’t slippery and it’s soft and springy underfoot. Fun and contemporary, this resilient floor is available in a wide range of colors, which run all the way through the material. It’s also easy to install and a snap to clean.
The most obvious application for metal wall tile is the backsplash. For a polished, contemporary look, Fratianne suggests going with stainless steel, which is available in finishes ranging from satin to brushed. Warm bronze or copper tile adds a timeless beauty to baths with more traditional style.
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