Bathroom with Ceramic Tiles Ideas and Designs
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Nicky Percival Limited
Grey porcelain tiles and glass mosaics, marble vanity top, white ceramic sinks with black brassware, glass shelves, wall mirrors and contemporary lighting
Nicola Holden Designs
The previous owners had already converted the second bedroom into a large bathroom, but the use of space was terrible, and the colour scheme was drab and uninspiring. The clients wanted a space that reflected their love of colour and travel, taking influences from around the globe. They also required better storage as the washing machine needed to be accommodated within the space. And they were keen to have both a modern freestanding bath and a large walk-in shower, and they wanted the room to feel cosy rather than just full of hard surfaces. This is the main bathroom in the house, and they wanted it to make a statement, but with a fairly tight budget!
Chris Snook Photography
Martins Camisuli Architects
Alex Maguire Photography - Our brief was to expand this period property into a modern 3 bedroom family home. In doing so we managed to create some interesting architectural openings which introduced plenty of daylight and a very open view from front to back.
Unique Home Stays
Adam Luszniak Photography
Absolute Project Management
The roof space has been converted into a lovely bright bathroom with white wall tiles, patterned floor tiles and duck-egg highlights. Timber accents and greenery bring an organic tone to the space, adding warmth.
Barlow & Barlow Design
Green and pink guest bathroom with green metro tiles. brass hardware and pink sink.
The Secret Drawer
The Secret Drawer's handcrafted single vanity, featuring an under-mount basin, 1 storage drawer, tapered legs, and a wall mounted mirror with shelf. Because the client envisaged a more modern look, we opted for a plain front to the cabinetry rather than the more common beaded fronts. Handles are Samuel Heath Cupboard Knobs in Bronze finish and the perfectly matched taps are Samuel Heath 'Landmark Pure' in City Bronze finish.
ON-TREND SCALES Move over metro tiles and line a wall with fabulously funky Fish Scale designs. Also known as scallop, fun or mermaid tiles, this pleasing-to-the-eye shape is a Moroccan tile classic that's trending hard right now and offers a sophisticated alternative to metro/subway designs. Mermaids tiles are this year's unicorns (so they say) and Fish Scale tiles are how to take the trend to a far more grown-up level. Especially striking across a whole wall or in a shower room, make the surface pop in vivid shades of blue and green for an oceanic vibe that'll refresh and invigorate. If colour doesn't float your boat, just exchange the bold hues for neutral shades and use a dark grout to highlight the pattern. Alternatively, go to www.tiledesire.com there are more than 40 colours to choose and mix!! Photo Credits: http://iortz-photo.com/
The Brighton Bathroom Company
The master suite combined muted tones, textures and sumptuous finishes to emulate a luxurious hotel suite with unique origami style wall tiles for the feature end walls in the en-suite.
We designed a contemporary tongue & groove bath panel, bespoke mirrored cabinets & used geometric green and white patterned floor tiles in this guest bathroom. The off white walls create a strong contrast to the floor tiles and the matt black bathroom fittings.
Luxurious white/gold/teal ensuite bathroom design for a property in a conservation area in Hampstead. This design was part of a full interior design package for the entire regency property.
With this project we made good use of that tricky space next to the eaves by sectioning it off with a partition wall and creating an en suite wet room on one side and dressing room on the other. I chose these gorgeous green slate tiles which tied in nicely with the twin hammered copper basins and brass taps.
Anna Stathaki Book-matched marble showcase a stunning focal point of the room; both luxurious and timeless. The white hexagonal tile compliments the marble in colour and adds texture to the wall without taking away from the awe-inspiring pattern of the stone.
JLV Design Ltd
The bathroom has been retiled and modernised thanks to the black taps and appliances. The new floor adds a graphic element to the bare space.