Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 10th , 2017.
Engineered Hardwood. Formed by bonding together layers of hardwood, this engineered alternative dares to go where hardwood cannot. It lends the same warmth and riches as solid hardwood and comes in a wide variety of species, style, and color options. While not ideal for a busy bath where little ones splash, it’s a good option for powder rooms and guest baths. Be sure to check with the manufacturer regarding installation and warranty issues.
Sporting various hues of brown, black and amber, tortoiseshell-inspired tiles look warm and slightly woodsy in this bathroom. A wood vanity, copper sink and mirror hung from a leather strap round out the space’s naturally elegant look.
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.
Like subway tile, penny tile is another classic that’s currently in vogue. This timeless style is available in a variety of colors; for a bright, airy look, try a neutral or a light blue, as seen in the master bath of HGTV Urban Oasis 2016. For a glamorous space, opt for black, gold or silver tile.
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