121,056 bathtub tile Contemporary Home Design Photos

Rusk Renovations
8 Reviews
Upper West Side Classic 6
Can you tell me where I can purchase that floor tile, and what it is?
It's a glass floor tile. I think we got from Artistic Tile.
I am strangely drawn to these subway style tiles. Not in green though
colour scheme. clean lines. tiles in the bathtub area. finished look without being overdone.
olivia bath - cabinets, hardware floor tile, wallpaper
tile 1/2 up in bathroom, to top
Colored tile with coordinated wallpaper and vanity
tile floor then a tile up the wall to create a natural backsplash, then either
“I am strangely drawn to these subway style tiles. Not in green though” — nejjia
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Corliss Residence
Is the tile in the shower the same as on the floor?
The picture with the shower completely open? Light colored tiles.
Who manufactures this tile and what color is it?
These large tiles would work around my bathtub area.
Not sure about the off set tile look?
Need shower door but like the tile
I like the large rectangular tiles
“tile” — sheylasincere
Maxwell & Company Architects
4 Reviews
Notting Hill
the shower basin/bathtub combo - where is that from?
3 layers of subway tile then wood framed mirror
of subway tiles makes them perfect for use in a contemporary setting, as they create a neat, geometric backdrop. The white accents, spotlights and plain wood finishes are the perfect compliment in this fresh, airy bathroom.
Keep it white and brightYou can’t go wrong with white metro tiles in a small
“subway tile” — mevelynd
Gregory Phillips Architects
Gregory Phillips
what is the tile used here?
Am interested in tile and the color
shades when the gorgeous backdrop supplies so much colour and detail. The blocky shape of this bath echoes the strong lines of the glazing and floor tiles, for a seamless look that helps the great outdoors come in.
increasingly popular, too, with 6% of us catching up on the latest series over a bubble bath. Smaller indulgences are also popular, including mosaic tiles, chosen by 16% of us.
“Love the bad” — caughtingodslove
CKC Custom Homes
4 Reviews
Relaxing bath
Where can I get the tile surrounding the bath?
What are the dimensions of the bathtub?
Like the tile around the bath
colors are nice--especially sea green-sand colored tile
Like the tile on the tub surround
I like this tub tile option
XML bathtub, but I'd do the completely open overlooking ocean or nature style.
“Tile” — roykthompson
Contemporary Bathroom
This particular bathtub is a Stone One FreeStanding Bath, sourced from CP Hart by increation.
Unique tub, but would like with different tile colors
I don't like the tiles, but the surround is beautiful
love the space around the bathtub
dont like the dark tile , but interesting bench idea
this bathtub makes me drool
Tiles with black benches
Lv the tile...tile color...black tile...Tile Material...Mosaic Tile...Tile Color...tile floor
“curved eves” — Space With Style
DMVF Architects
3 Reviews
House Extension, Rathfarnham.
What brand and color name is the the tile?
Hi Mferreira696, Thanks for your question. The tiles are a natural stone product that were supplied by Antica, Dublin. www.antica.ie. I hope this is of some help. Colm Doyle, DMVF Architects.
Lines in tile are parallel to shower
Jake loves bathtub and shower head above it
“The best” — marycichos
Divine Kitchens LLC
26 Reviews
Divine Kitchens LLC
What kind of tile is the floor tile ? Is it a porcelain product? Also what are the borders? Thank you in advance for input.
What did you use on the floor in the shower? Was it the same Polaris tile?
what material is the shower bench made of? What color is the tile?
The seat is framed and there is tile in the front and the top is the same material as the counter , ice stone
Are the floor tiles polished or unpolished porcelain tiles?
have done is the tile ready Pre-fab solid pans or the Schluter/Kerdi system. My questions is, in saying you don't have the funds for the tile, is your shower leaking and in need of repair or is it a situation where you could continue with what you have and save the additional money to tile the pan during
“window placement” — mlcheah
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