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I have represented stone & tile manufacturers and distributors for 14 years. I enjoy sharing images & ideas with industry colleagues, design professionals, and consumers. Web blogs are a new exploration for me and I'm happy to have found Houzz.com which I believe is a very handy tool for those looking for inspiration for their next space.
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like the alternating shower tile texture made into vertical stripes.
large format tile in running bond pattern in shower - wonder what it would look like if the tiles were wrapped in a small glass mosaic or if stripes were added
like the pebble floor - softens the look of the rectangular wall tiles and makes the shower more inviting
love the contrast of round pebbles next to square mosaics
like the stripes of mosaic and then use the same for the floor
white pebble floor contrasting with the dark walls
alternating tile "checkerboard" pattern...wonder what this would look like with linear tiles
like the contrast of old with new
hmm would like to see a single-sheet vertical stripe instead to avoid seeing the joint
nice earthy/gray/cream color blend
3 tile looks used together in harmony
use of individual elements in symmetry
twin vertical mosaic stripes flanking something else
like the glass mosaic extending out from the wall and across the floor
how to use Versailles on the floor - perhaps with gold glass walls?
glass mirror mosaic inlays into galaxy stone or....
do it wider
hmm onyx with mirror...
onyx glass with white tile
replicate art collage using 3 tile shades in a shower?
onix-glas with pizarro nero or rio jade or...
Gamma with gray or brown or...
Krakatoa with Tasmania or Capadocia?
stack the field tile with vertical Tasmania accents
Poseidon with white
use of pebbles at the perimeter of the shower wall
Jaipur with chocolate/ebony/white
Loa and white
Vertical metallic with Constellatio or Cassiopeia...or
grassy with bling...pizarra nero with glass mirror or Platino?
Hermes with metallic
Zigzag Rug - $49
some cutting required, but how hot would this be as a tile shower?
chocolate color, sleek, contemporary look