We would like European style shower doors as shown here.
What I like here is the lip on the top of the wall tile. The extra piece of tile that separated the painted wall from the tile.
This bathroom strikes a good balance and mix of details and color. Like the large floor tiles, the undermounted sinks, the built-in rectangular tub, european shower doors with marble sill at the base. And the mosaic tile adding some visual interest along the wall.
Natural, rough stone. Nice look.
Marble sill at the foot of the shower door. Nice detail.
How is this sink installed? Is it free-standing? Or permanently attached? I kind of like the look, but would be concerned that it's difficult to clean behind and in the nooks & crannies. Thoughts?
This is a clean look we like, but not too bland because of the decorative tile, sconsets, and knobs. Could be a children's bath.
I do like adding a bit of wood in the bathroom for different textures, different materials. I like the built-in tub. There's space to put stuff. Need to make sure that there are shampoo & soap compartments built in to the shower walls.
The walls here are uninspired. Would prefer half-wall of tile, with tile rim border at top.
The large dark tile against the wall is interesting and what we like. Not the bland putty color with no texture. We want a bit of texture mixed in.
Fun, whimsical, practical, and clean. Great for girls bathroom.
This is fine as well. Metro tile is fine. Just not in every bathroom. Large tile in master bath, metro tile in other baths.
Like the size and color of the tiles, the shampoo inset, the frosted glass cabinet, the tub -- like the rectangular shaped tub.
Again, I like the floating shelves.
I think the mosaic tile works well here because it's just an accent.
This is attractive. Like the Mosa tiles, the rectangular tub. Maybe a little too earthy for our project, but interesting.
Simple. Large, oversized metro tiles with mosaic tile.
Concrete vanity - green concrete. Like.