By travers. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 20:34:36 PM.
Speaking of furniture turned vanities, rustic bathrooms are the perfect place to experiment with antiques. A hand me down side table might make the perfect rustic vanity for your little powder room. That odd kitchen island might look better with a sink on top. Of course you will have to have a custom top cut for it but in the end, your bathroom will thank you.
Here is an interesting twist: a subway tile shower enclosure with the tiles installed vertically instead of horizontally. This puts an emphasis on the height of the space plus the vertical lines of the tile pattern aligns with the window frame, the mirrors and other elements in the bathroom. It is also nice that the shower fits in the corner of the bathroom and has a transparent glass enclosure which maintains an open feel throughout the room.
Laying subway tiles can be pretty tricky. Since the individual tiles are small compared to other types, there is obviously more room for error. Lining up the tiles on adjacent walls is not exactly a walk in the park especially if you are also installing subway tiles on wall niches, a shower bench or the outside of a tub. This shower, for instance, is all covered in subway tiles, all except for the floor.
In addition to the classical subway tile pattern, this shower also stands out thanks to other design elements such as the modern-industrial glass and metal doors and the small pattern on the floor tiles. We like the combination of patterns, finishes and colors and also the fact that the shower tiles get reflected into the wall mirror.
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