By . Bathroom. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 01:12:14 AM.
A nice idea is to visually differentiate the shower from the rest of the bathroom space and you can do that with subway tile walls that contrast with plain walls painted in a contrasting color or left blank for cohesion. You can also add interest to a bathroom decor through little things like the vanity hardware, the wall mirror or the lighting fixtures.
When working with subway tiles, it is actually the pattern, more exactly the grout lines that stand out the most, not the tiles themselves. Given all that, consider the color combination that you want to define your shower. This dark shade of green is pretty cool and we can see how it would fit nicely in a traditional space or a historic home.
Bringing some life to an all white bathroom can be difficult. Rather than trying to insert bright colors, option for a tiled shower in a very light wood. The glossy texture will help it blend into the rest of your white bathroom but you can not go wrong with neutral.
As you can see, there are many different possible combinations and variations when it comes to subway tile shower designs. This bathroom is eclectic and combines several materials, colors and finishes in a very pleasant and welcoming manner. We are particularly fond of the grey concrete surfaces and the way in which they interact with the warm wood elements.
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