Posted by Brunot Amoux on Wednesday, 16 October, 2019 11:17:56
Inside: Learn some easy ways to narrow your choices with these 5 tips for choosing the right bathroom tile for anything from kid bathrooms to your master bathroom. Lately I've been up to my ears in choosing bathroom tile. We're smack in the middle of renovating the kids bathroom and I've also been helping my aunt who's completely renovating all three of her bathrooms at (almost) the same time.
This ultra-modern bathroom features a burst of color over dark grey flooring and walls, with an orange vanity at center. Large soaking tub is framed in black and white, for further contrast and detail. This traditional bathroom features dark brown tile flooring and partial wall covering.
Rustic Bathroom With Black Tub And Light Wood Floor. Black tubs are not usual, but against a white painted brick wall and light wood herringbone floor, it is stunning. This bathroom by Gonterman Construction features lots of natural light and open, uncluttered space. A white roman shade provides privacy when needed.
Changing the Color of Tile. With either method, the grout and tile have to be in perfect shape because the coatings will magnify any imperfections. Also, all the grout lines will end up being the same color as the tile. So if you want the grout to be a contrasting color, you'll have to install new tile.
A guest bathroom should be conceived in a neutral color pallet, using modern yet elegant tones of grey that vary from cold to warmer ones. image via bloglovin.com A small bathroom dressed in white requires a touch of contrast, reason for which the above Mauro design in black and white has been chosen.The small wooden chair adds a small note of warmth to the entire ensemble.
A contrasting bright wall paint color creates beautiful accent wall design and balance the room proportions, moving the bright wall closer to a viewer. Any bright color can be used with white ceiling and floor finish in gray color tones.