I love the bathroom wall tile ideas that my neighbor used in their new master suite redo. I have always been afraid to go too crazy with bathroom tiles design because I thought that you were supposed to keep everything clean and neutral in these rooms. Boy was I wrong because their space looks so cultured and high end, certainly like it cost way more than I know it did. Their remodel project has definitely inspired me to undertake one of my own and rethink the shower tile ideas that I had originally thought to use. I would love to have a similar mosaic tile wainscoting, but in a marble palette rather than beige and browns.
When my client asked me to center their remodel around bathroom wall tile ideas that incorporate as much marble as possible, I was certainly up for the challenge. Even though marble gets a bad wrap for being hard to maintain, it is one of my favorite materials to use for bathroom wall tiles design because the unique pattern adds so much depth and elegance to a space. It makes any room instantly feel more luxurious and high end. Per her request, we went all out with the marble and centered all of the bathroom design ideas around these walls. I opted to accent it with dainty brass fixtures and a contrasting modern style vanity in order to give more edge to the design.
My signature style that my clients know me for is getting creative with bathroom wall tile ideas. I think that bathroom wall tiles are a greatly under appreciated medium for adding style and pizazz to a room. So many people are concentrated on keeping everything neutral and able to appeal to a wide audience of future buyers that they tend not to have fun with color and pattern. You can incorporate bathroom tile ideas that are subtle and understated yet bring an awesome high end look to the space. This beautiful double boarder created out of dark mosaic tiling, brings a contemporary edge to the room without being "too much."
Gramps and I have been working on figuring out some bathroom wall tile ideas to update their house. Their decorating has been exactly the same every since I can remember and it is obviously in deep need of a makeover to bring it into the twenty first century. I am trying to convince him to install some sort of bathroom floor tile ideas that are bold like this cool black and white wiggly design. I think it would be really neat to include a random piece like this that a lot of people don't think about. For the rest, they could easily do a simple subway tile bathroom that is trendy but not too extreme.
How fun are these turquoise bathroom wall tile ideas that bring so much life to an other wise ordinary guest bath. Most people play it very safe with small bathroom tile ideas because they are afraid to overwhelm an already cramped design. I love how these homeowners threw caution to the wind and installed a whimsical design that coordinates perfectly with the rest of the beachy themed house. I am surprised that the shower tile designs that match the mosaic boarder around the mirror actually make the corner look larger rather than overwhelmed. I am considering recreating this look in our own attic bath if I can find the right contractor to do the job.
I absolutely adore the unique mid century modern bathroom wall tile ideas that Barry used in this home. I have heard about his work from a lot of my friends that have had their bathroom tiles gutted and replaced with similar subway-look materials. This is by far my favorite of his designs to date because it is contemporary but has a warmth brought about from slight rustic touches throughout the room. I had never considered carrying the bathroom shower tile ideas throughout the entire room to give it a more cohesive and singular look, but I think it works very well, especially to make a small space seem larger than it is.