Pierrette Charbonnier. Bathroom Tile. October 13th , 2017.
With their intricate patterns, the custom cement tiles in this bathroom lend a touch of Moroccan style to the space. Mirror strips on either side of the back wall add extra visual depth.
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.
Glass Tiles. Glass tiles make a dramatic statement in any bath, with their wide variety of colors, shapes, and textures. The surface is easy to clean and most types are slip resistant. Styles crafted from recycled glass are a great option for eco-friendly homeowners.
Sheet vinyl. This seamless option is a favorite for high-traffic baths that tend to get splashed. Generally available in 6- or 12-foot-wide rolls, sheet vinyl comes in a range of colors and designs, including styles that mimic tile and wood.
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