Handmade tile took this bathroom from tired to top-tier. From the use of classic 2” and 8” Hexagon Tile in Tusk across the floor and shower pan to the soothing 3x9 Ceramic Tile in soft mint Sea Glass on the walls, the transformed space exudes modern tranquility.
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Clear your mind with the uplifting energy of Rosemary, shown in this shower on 2x6 Ceramic Tile in a modern vertical straight stack pattern punctuated by the decorative floor of 2" Hexagon Mosaic Tiles in warm white Tusk.
Anita Yokota transformed this primary bathroom into a serene space thanks to a timeless blue and white color combination. Norman Glazed Thin Brick in soothing blue Great Smoky clads the shower walls, wainscoting around the soaking tub, and built-in niches, complemented by classic 6” Hexagon Tile across the floor with matching 3” Hexagons in the shower pan.
When Theron Humphrey built his modern Montana home, he made sure the bathroom was a spacious retreat for him and his pup Maddie. A 2” Hexagon Mosaic Tile floor in off-white Halite allows for easy clean-up after doggie baths, while the shower clad with sleek 3x6 Glass Tile in Falcon Matte matches Maddie’s chestnut coat.
Skillful grayscale covers this brightly lit bathroom by Taylor and Taylor. Radiant Daisy in 2” Sheeted Hexagon leads to the subdued 2x6 Shower Tile in glossy Mist, putting the finishing touches on this stunning full bathroom.
Elegant from every angle, this bathroom by design firm Taylor and Taylor is awash in bright neutral details. Glazed Thin Brick in Elk leads off on the shower walls, with sheeted 2” mosaic Hexagons in Daisy decorating the shower floor. Stepping out, grab a towel and take in handpainted Summit Tiles in White Motif that cap off this masterful bath.
Deep blue subway tile and custom mosaic bathroom floor tiles add richness and classic character to this beautifully appointed bathroom. Designed by William Taylor.