Bathroom with Green Tiles Ideas and Designs
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Making the World Beautiful
For this beautiful bathroom, we have used water-proof tadelakt plaster to cover walls and floor and combined a few square meters of exclusive handmade lava tiles that we brought all the way from Morocco. All colours blend in to create a warm and cosy atmosphere for the relaxing shower time.
Anya Rice Photography
Interior Designer: Sims Hilditch Photographer: Anya Rice Stylist: Katherine Sorrell
We designed a bespoke vanity unit in oak for the master en-suite, with display shelves & large storage drawers underneath. The white Corian worktop & splashback contrasts with the warmth of the oak, ad is a practical but stylish surface for the countertop basins.
Barlow & Barlow Design
Green and pink guest bathroom with green metro tiles. brass hardware and pink sink.
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/
Romilly Turner Interior Design
Jade green encaustic tiles teamed with timeless victorian chequer tiles and smoke-grey granite and carrara marble add punch to this guest bathroom. This was entirely re-modelled from what was once a beige cracked porcelain tiled bathroom. Photography courtesy of Nick Smith
ZAC and ZAC - Photography
Charlie Luxton Design
Conversion of a bungalow in to a low energy family home.
Anna Auzins Interiors Ltd.
Sea-green and teal mosaic tiles, and bleached wood-look tiles on the floor work together perfectly in this ensuite master shower room. A double-size sink and plenty of storage complete the picture.
Alex Maguire Photography
Mark Bolton Photography
Mark Bolton Photography