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Example of a mid-sized transitional 3/4 gray tile, white tile and mosaic tile bathroom design in New York with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet, an undermount sink and white countertops

Upper East Side RenovationTransitional Bathroom, New York

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Example of a mid-sized transitional 3/4 gray tile, white tile and mosaic tile bathroom design in New York with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a one-piece toilet, an undermount sink and white countertops —  Houzz
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jocsue wrote:Apr 7, 2019

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 8 Inspiring 8-by-5-Foot BathroomsApr 3, 2019

    8. Light-Wood-and-Black BeautyDesigner: Eneia WhiteLocation: Upper East Side of Manhattan, New YorkSize: 35 square feet (3.3 square meters); 5 by 7 feetHomeowners’ request. A fresh yet classic bathroom that would include matte black fixtures and penny tiles. Space saver. “After accounting for door clearances and switch locations, the standard-size towel bar wasn’t an option,” designer Eneia White says. “We opted for bath towel hooks to free up wall space and keep the walls feeling clean and uncluttered.”Special features. A walnut vanity with a lacquer finish to protect from moisture. White penny tile and white grout on the wall. Wood-look shower tiles. Wall-mounted faucet. Recessed medicine cabinet. Designer tip. “Without any natural light from windows, bathrooms can get a little gloomy and heavy depending on tile selection,” White says. “Generally, your darkest tile should go on the floor, personality tiles should be used as accents and your classic tile should be used as your main tile. This combination leaves room for balanced personality.”“Uh-oh” moment. “When the wood shower tiles arrived, we were expecting gray tones,” White says. “Some of the tiles looked gray; others looked much more brown. We opened every box and sorted through each tile to review the colors and veining. After creating piles of tile that matched our vanity finish, we designated those for installation and opted to use the brown stash for waste.” Shop for black bathroom faucetsMore on HouzzHow to Lay Out an 8-by-5-Foot BathroomHow Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?Find a bathroom designer to help with your renovationShop for bathroom vanities, lighting and more

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    superaitch
    superaitch added this to Bathroomyesterday

    Black fixtures and penny tiles (but green...?)

    natalie_leander
    Natalie Leander added this to Natalie's ideasMay 18, 2019

    nice way to fancy up old traditional bathroom

    darcy_anders
    Darcy Anders added this to Urban LoftMay 16, 2019

    Simple curtain, black hardware, high vanity lighting, white and wood

    sonia_bishop41
    Sonia Bishop added this to BathroomsMay 16, 2019

    Large tile in shower + black hardware

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