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Light wood w/ gray
Light wood w/ blue
Light w/ light
light wood w/ aqua
light wood w/ white and concrete
Natural wood, frosted glass
Natural wood w/ white and blue
Grey & brown tile w/ natural wood
Contemporary Bathroom Tile
Linen look tile. Tiles are one of the most important elements of a bathroom. You can make quite basic fixtures look amazing with the right tiles. I love these linen-effect tiles. The white ones are great, but this pale greige would look so stylish on a floor or feature wall.
These are supposedly Ikea cabinets
ounce the light around. In a bathroom that receives little or no natural light, light-colored tiles reflect it and make things brighter. Iridescent glass tiles are a good choice for this.
Notice color combo. Black, white, wood, tile backspalsh
This looks like the gray cabinet from IKEA. I can do all this, including the tile choice.
Wall is Stonington Gray HC-170 By Benjamin Moore
floors are 12x24 concrete looking tiles.
what to avoid
Be careful when selecting mosaic tile. Pick out a mosaic tile that offers at least 95 percent contact from the tile to the backer board. You need that contact from the wall to the tile! You don't want to trust the glue on a sheet of tile
One of my latest loves is a light-up electric mirror — yup, it's as fancy as it sounds! This mirror with built-in lighting can solve many design problems.
Here we see a great example of built-in warm white light in a mirror. Warmer white tends to work well with warm-hued tile and paint colors. Cooler white lights work well in white and blue bathrooms.
This weathered wood wall adds texture and a hit of nature to a stark white space.