Bathroom Mediterranean Bathroom, London
Encaustic tiles with bespoke backlit feature.
Inspiration for a mediterranean master multicolored tile and stone tile multicolored floor freestanding bathtub remodel in London with a vessel sink, wood countertops, multicolored walls and brown countertops — Houzz
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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to
1. Color and PatternEarthy tones of terra-cotta, turquoise, ocean blue, yellow and rusty red are a hallmark of the Mediterranean concept, because they draw on the heavily saturated hues of surrounding landscapes. Jewel tones work well in tile applications, where mixing many colors is visually pleasing. These hues bring that distinctive Spanish-inspired element into a space. Handmade tiles are a great way to bring pattern into a Mediterranean-style bathroom, but they can be costly. To save money, look to the wall in this photo for guidance and create a focal point by installing just a strip of tile while keeping the surrounding areas in simple white ceramic.
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3. Make it a mosaic. Patterned tiles are perfect for adding a Mediterranean feel to a bathroom. Rather than limiting brightly colored tiles to just walls or the floor, take it a step further and try a cascade of tiles down one wall to blend vivid prints and plain white for a cohesive design.
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2. Patchwork Encaustic Tiles From Encaustic Tiles, Ltd. A patchwork mix of encaustic cement tiles creates quite the color story in this wet room. The bold prints and patterns meet clean simplicity in the otherwise all-white bathroom. Bathtub: Aurea Slipper, Fired Earth
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11. Always a logical place to take design risks, the bathroom affords the opportunity to create high-end, custom accents using extraordinary materials like these collected encaustic tiles. This bathroom does not assault the senses with a riot of color; instead, the large swaths of white allow each tile to stand out.