Calvin Street - ShoreditchContemporary Bathroom, London
Peter Landers http://www.peterlanders.net/
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5. It shows off architectural features. The exposed brick walls in this bathroom give the room architectural character but would have looked too busy next to an elaborate tile design. The subway tile echoes the brickwork formation on the exposed walls, and the blue tone brings out the warm terra-cotta in the brick.Tell us: Is subway tile yesterday’s news or here to stay? Share your thoughts in the Comments.MoreTile Trends: Styles You Need to KnowBrowse tile in the Houzz Shop
Weave in beautiful bricks. Bricks bring a warm feeling to any space. They’re a great base for industrial style in a contemporary property, or rustic design in a cottage-style home. If you have an older house where bricks can be revealed by removing the plaster, that’s one option, but cleaning and sealing bricks is hard work, and there’s a chance you may need to fix the mortar too. Alternatively, you can create the same feel for less hassle using brick slips. These are wall tiles made from thin pieces of real brick that look so good, it’s hard to tell the difference.