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Bathroom Trends We Can’t Stop Talking About
CHECK OUT THE TILE WHERE THE WALL AND SHOWER WALL MEET. No rounded edges. This may be the pink bathroom(or my Robins egg blue)replacement color scheme.
There's a lot going on here but I love the mirror and I like the shower doors instead of doing curtains. Would do a white marble counter/sink bowl and keep it light and airy and pale robin's egg blue instead of gray.
black stripe in basement bathroom shower. you could maintain the black and switch to a different tile for the cap on the wainscott around the entire bathroom.
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Floor tiles remind me of NYC apts from my early days but on black and white. Love the subway tile too. Want to use something similar when we update the upstairs bath.
Credit: Chris Tubbs “I love my bathroom. It’s my sanctuary,” says Lulu. “I wanted a tranquil, calm space that had lush greenery – a bit like...
Traditional bathroom with dark rustic wood floors, gray subway tile, glass walk-in shower and white pedestal sink | Interior Therapy
New Bathroom : Duravit Happy D2 Sink, Hansgrohe Metris taps, Rob Ryan Tile, Topps Tiles, White Matt Subway Tiles, Grey Contract Floor Tiles, Bal Gun Metal Grout, Geberit Cistern, Oak Shelf Ikea, Bose Soundlink 3 Speaker, Chrome Radiator, Habitat Bin, Adamsez Slim Bath, Hansgrohe Chroma 220 Shower, Cox & Cox Concrete Stool