A Modern Family Rowhouse in KaloramaContemporary Bathroom, DC Metro
Stacy Zarin Goldberg
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Black and white bath. Repeating the same graphic black and white patterned tile on the floor and walls of the bath creates a fresh, modern look that would work especially well in a small city bathroom. In the space shown here, the expanse of black and white tile is broken only by a complementary pattern in a smaller scale on the shower floor. Tile: Fez, Granada Tile
7. More is more. Using one patterned tile for all the bathroom surfaces, wrapping from the floor all the way up the walls, creates a custom-designed feel that evokes European apartments. It’s especially effective if you have a window in the shower to break up the look, or an oversized storage niche dressed in a plain tile for a similar effect. Either way, it’s still big on drama — and if you choose a tile you love, it’ll be timeless.Tip: Using classic black and white avoids any trendy colors that might one day feel dated.