See a Houzz Editor Break Down the Tile Details in 7 New Bathrooms
For this episode of Houzz TV Live, Houzz editor Mitchell Parker takes readers through his recent column about ways designers play with bathroom tile shapes, sizes, colors, patterns, directions and materials to create captivating designs.
Hi Mitchell, I very much enjoyed your video. Very good detail descriptions of the bathroom details, well done. I loved the green tile bathrooms also I'm saving these to make over my room. Thanks:)
Yes. It's very good detail. Nice coular.
The video is superb. Love your selections.
great input and ideas
Most excellent overview of the tile styles. You pointed out things that make a difference in the overall look. Which I would not have noticed glancing at a picture.
great review of tile details! Thanks!
Great video. I loved the green tile in both bathrooms but felt the sort of whitewashed light vanity in the black green & white vanity seemed out of place as well as the brick wall with the gray floor and dark vanity.
This was great. Your review really made me think about using tile (could apply to lots of materials) creatively for different effects. Thanks Mitchell :)
Really enjoyed the video Mitchell! Sounds like this is a new feature, I think it is a keeper. It's very engaging to here you breaking down the design elements. So glad you happened to spot my work and wanted to feature it. Thanks again!
That was super helpful to see what you notice. Please do more.
Hats off for a nicely done video segment to keep us distracted from more substantive issues of the world. I enjoyed his casual, less scripted format. Thanks Mitchell.
Thanks! Very interesting!
This was great! So informative having a professional break down design elements. I think this needs to be a regular feature on Houzz!! Thank you!
Nice bathrooms, but all are far beyond a modest bathroom update budget. I’d love to see a feature on budget-friendly updates. I dream of a new bathtub big enough for a grown (but short) woman. ou could call the feature “more bang for your buck.”
2/2 It’s nice to see bathrooms with some color in them. I really like the blue! And I do appreciate, as others said, that you point out the design choices and their effects.