There is nothing I love more than a beautiful master bath featuring an organic color scheme, natural elements and an extremely peaceful vibe. This space has all of those items. The unexpected choice of textured grey bathroom tiles took me by surprise but definitely works in the space. Utilizing tile almost as a wallpaper replacement was absolutely brilliant because, not only does it create a stunning look, but it is also extremely durable and easy to clean. Then, using a similar looking stone for the bathroom floor tiles, tied together the whole look. My favorite element of the room is the stunning floating vanity. I love the way that you can see the bathroom tiles flowing underneath the contemporary beige wood of the vanity and unique glass-walled shower.
So many of today’s hottest decor trends feature all white bathrooms with neutral color palettes and muted solid surface countertops. You don’t often find homeowners brave enough to experiment with unique wall and floor tiles. This client certainly did not fit that mould. They requested a large master bathroom that had a Mediterranean feel to remind them of their recent honeymoon to Greece. Instantly I knew that we had to bring in custom Italian mosaic tiles in beautiful shades of the Mediterranean Sea. The centerpiece of the room became this giant glass enclosed shower with bench seating and spa fixtures. The bathroom tiles were the showpiece of the room and all other design elements were selected based on them.
Homeowners often ask us how they can incorporate the look of popular marble into their bathrooms without the cost or upkeep. As you may know, marble floor tile is not recommended for bathrooms because of how slippery and stain-prone it is. Sure, it produces an absolutely stunning look but is not the most practical choice for everyday life. Luckily, today we have so many great alternative bathroom flooring that gives the same look as marble but without the maintenance or hefty price tag. You would never know that this gorgeous master bath did not have real marble floor tile. It is actually porcelain bathroom tile that looks exactly like marble but is half the price, much easier to upkeep, and is not nearly as slippery.
Beautiful shower tile can have a huge impact on the overall look of your space. Whether you prefer a traditional style decor or you lean more contemporary, there are so many options out there today that you can create any look you could possibly dream of. This gorgeous master bath remodel is a great example of how simply updating a color scheme and your bathroom tiles can instantly transform the room. The homeowner wanted to give their space a darker and more contemporary look so we decided on a grey and black color palette with pops of chrome accents. Our inspiration piece was actually these really unique black marble bathroom wall tiles that we decided to incorporate throughout the space, from the flooring to the tub surround and shower.
For any homeowners looking for a unique design concept for their bathroom renovation, this is the room for you. When we first started planning the space, we knew we wanted to add a twist to the usual tiled shower design. When we found these unique large cement style finish bathroom tiles, I knew we had our inspiration. We began by tiling the floors, shower walls and tub surround in the same style. To add a bit of variation, we selected the mosaic version to use as the shower floor tile. Because of the bold dark shade of the tiles, we knew we had to keep the rest of the bathroom simple and sleek. So we added a contemporary white vanity with clean lines and a muted solid surface countertop, painted the walls a crisp white, and added subtle chrome fixtures.
I have been looking all over for ideas to renovate our outdated master bathroom. The space is filled with boring dated bathroom tiles that don’t really bring any particular design style to the space and certainly show the age of our home. In my opinion, the bones of the bathroom are good — we have a large shower, jacuzzi tub and generous double vanity with large mirror. The only thing we are missing is style. I would love to get rid of the old ceramic tile and replace it with something that would give a sleek modern feel to the space. I always gravitate towards beautiful marble designs and bathroom cabinets with very simple lines. Most bathrooms that I see online and in the stores feature white bathroom tiles, but I don’t think that I want to go that simple.