Unify. Here’s another great example of splashing an otherwise neutral bathroom with great color via tiles. If you look in the mirror, you’ll notice the shower is done in the same green tile. By extending the tile along the wall outside of the shower, it creates cohesion between bathroom and shower.
Start with a statement and work your way out from there. This concept falls under one of my favorite sayings, "Go bold or go home." The lime green tile wall sets the stage for this bathroom. Small touches of green elsewhere carry the color throughout, enhancing the color story.
6. Use lots of colorful tile in the bathroom. A colorful accent wall of tile works really well in this modern bathroom. The best tile design is simple and has few transitions; bold color is perfect in this seamless application.
Even though this room is white and green, there are also beige/browns in the wood, silver in the metals, and the whites vary from cream to pure white....probably the texture is what I find exciting in this room.
Love this Minimalist galley bathroom with lots of drawers for storage of toiletries, brushes, make-up. Beautiful idea of simple tile in a bold color in an all-white/ivory bathroom. I would do my Ocean Blue/Sea Greens.