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Inspiration for a contemporary mosaic tile and red tile powder room remodel in Sacramento — Houzz
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Vanessa Brunner added this to
Tile is a great choice to cover an entire bathroom wall, although it's definitely much more expensive. The benefit of course is the tile's durability, and the various types of materials — ranging from ceramic to glass. Of course, if you're not quite ready to invest in tile or wallpaper, simply painting the walls in gloss or semi-gloss paint (for easy cleanup) is another cheap and effective way to spice up the space.
Shawn Gauthier added this to
Punch it up with color. It’s easy to fall into typical white tile, but it would never have had the same impact as this glossy coral and orange combination. Mixing it with a natural wood sink and neutral walls allow the tile to rightfully steal the show. Browse home tile finds
Jen L'Italien added this to
If I had to give this tile a color, it would be sunset red. It's a truly vibrant shade of red with hints of orange. I love how the faucet is mounted in the wall in this bathroom — your eye instantly goes to this red mosaic wall.Tip: If you're choosing a bold, bright color for your tile, consider using it as an accent wall. Four walls of a strong color, like these mosaic red tiles, can overwhelm a room.
Kelly Porter added this to
Fiery oranges and terra-cotta are featured in this glass mosiac tile. These colors represent the rich clay and soil of the Southwest.
Jennifer Ott Design added this to
This dazzling bathroom features a dramatic accent wall of red and orange mosaic tiles. I like the contrast of the warm wall color and wood lavatory cabinet against the cool stainless steel sink and bathroom accessories. Tell us: Are you hot for red? How have you used it in your bathroom?