Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 13th , 2017.
Cork. This earth-friendly floor option is soft and warm underfoot. An unusual choice for baths, it inherently resists mold, mildew, and bacteria. Drips and splashes won’t harm it and can be wiped up easily. Hip and modern, cork comes in a wide variety of colors and textures.
If you’re especially crazy for color, try a mosaic tile backsplash in an array of hues. The key to pulling off this look is keeping the rest of the space fairly neutral. In this bathroom, white walls and a sleek, white vanity let the tilework take center stage.
When Wolf points out the tile-bordered window in his showroom, his customers invariably say, "I can’t believe how sharp that looks."
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.
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