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Inspiration for a modern white tile bathroom remodel in San Francisco with an undermount tub

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Inspiration for a modern white tile bathroom remodel in San Francisco with an undermount tub —  Houzz
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Vita Vishnyakov wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • collin826
    Hi! Are your 4x16" subway tiles straight edge like the ones in the picture? If yes please let me know how I can order some. Thx!
  • PRO
    Tile Boutique Inc
    Yes we have them with straight edge you can email me a yanique@masterpiece-tile.com
esthervincent wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • neysairis
    Grout color????
  • pins96

    Does anyone know where to buy 4x16 rectified tiles like these?

Perwood Design wrote:Jan 31, 2013
Fleetwood Windows & Doors wrote:Oct 5, 2012
  • soonjo
    what is the material used in the shelf and window casing area
  • tuanlearts
    look like stainless steel casing?
paulineledao wrote:Aug 7, 2012
  • irvinesundevil
    I love that clean and simple look, but are you sure those tiles are 2x8, they look more like 4x16.
  • marykrueger
    Possibly Ann Sacks Avalon II in 4 1/8 x 19?
jayhawks wrote:Oct 19, 2014
  • pmadara
    For what it's worth, I think it looks very chic and modern. I wouldn't rip it out...
  • michelle M
    I think it looks fantastic! Very modern, clean and chic
stoneym wrote:Apr 20, 2014
  • rachrose12
    Grout looks like a light gray.
  • nsaba307
    I'd like to know the out color too please
paulineledao wrote:Aug 6, 2012
  • ldoto
    what color is the grout? light grey?
  • anita16767
    Please let me know the grout color?
Shauna Sinay wrote:Feb 16, 2014
  • Alex

    Shauna, are the Avalon II tiles rectified? I can't tell for certain on the product page. Thanks.

jmatesi wrote:Aug 4, 2016
    Evie Neumann wrote:Jul 15, 2014
      Yelena Ilnitskaya wrote:Nov 15, 2012
        Travis Anderwang wrote:Nov 12, 2012

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Becky Clarke added this to Celebrate the Rectangle With This Very Contemporary Tile PatternAug 16, 2016

          8. Choose white tiles and matching grout. This is a tiny room, so it can be tiled throughout to avoid the worry of inevitable splashes. Anything brighter or bolder might have made the walls feel closed in, so the choice of white tiles in a simple stack bond layout gives an understated elegance. If you have a little en suite, or are even adding a downstairs powder room or shower room, this look is worth considering to combine practicality with light, bright airiness.

          Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 4 Secrets to a Luxurious Bathroom LookSep 16, 2014

          … or a modern pattern like this simple stacked layout with a wide tile.

          By Any Design Ltd. added this to How to Match Tile Heights for a Perfect InstallationAug 26, 2012

          Plenty of light is always ideal in bathrooms, but it can draw negative visual attention to tile lippage on walls. I’m sure this was a very tough installation. Look at the natural light washing down the wall! The TCNA recommends that bathrooms have no ceiling lighting within 24 inches of a wall and no lighting on the wall, if possible. Light that’s so close to the wall can exaggerate the visual lippage on the tile and make even properly installed tiles look poorly installed. Obviously this lighting recommendation can be hard to follow, so it’s just an aesthetic recommendation. Tip: If you have wall-washing lights or wall lights, get these installed before tiling. If the bathroom lighting includes a new skylight, unwrap it before selecting your tile so you can see how the tile will look in the natural light.Lippage is most noticeable under the cabinets in kitchens when the electrician installs undercounter lighting after the tile is installed. Get those lights installed first!Browse bathroom light options on Houzz

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          Hope Young added this to Master bedroom3 days ago

          white, stacked, elongated tile - such a good clean look

          HU-237039830 added this to My ideasMay 18, 2019

          15. white subway tile layer out straight for bath surround.

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