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floor is nice if a white / grey look
darker grey walls to make the white pop
darker grey walls and nice textured shower floor works
floor has some nice aspects, but border is too much
main floor is too boring and not enuf color overall
a bit drab, but again, a dark wall allows the fixtures and other areas to pop.
floor has interesting colors, but is it more a mudroom look?
a bit too white for me
I like this color, but maybe in a kitchen or possibly in a bathroom.
a bit too bold, but imagine if the exterior floor were much lighter; then it would jump out. I would tone down the walls of the shower a little, and also the outside floor maybe go to white.
grey, marble combo has potential. Could the counter have been more dynamic, maybe a more complex granite?
Not bad. A little tepid.
the dangers of too much whiteness
like the grey wall, but a pretty blue instead
would you ever consider one wall of the shower to be very textured, and the rest is boring; doubt it, probably that is the role of the floor.
ok, a marble shower, smaller tiled shower floor and a white main floor. it needs something more, maybe dark grey walls.
not bad---maybe a bit too much; the floor should be calmer given the walls.
I like the shower, but the rest of the space is too yellow drab. Needs to be whiter elsewhere to be better
if it were grey walls, and grey tile on floor
a very pretty tile on the wall, but a bad floor I think.
what to avoid if we do the marble, grey white thing
this could be nice in the shower only, but a bit dark
I think I saw this already, but the walls of the shower are interesting.
I like the size of these tiles
tique bench in a tan shower as an example
the seaglass look is not bad
interesting recesses in a tan space; could be replicated with grey as well
herringbone strikes back
I don't love these textures in the recesses nearly as much as others
this has a soothing pleasant look.
examples of white/grey/pale blue
dark sill and seat amidst a marble surround