By . Bathroom. Published at Tuesday, December 05th, 2017 - 23:51:03 PM.
If stone is not really your thing but a full wood tiled shower is not what you want either, consider using different option altogether. Just because your wood tile has a pattern does not mean you can not pick another patterned tile to go with it. Try marble against that wood. You just might be surprised how chic and contemporary it looks.
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.
Wood and stone are a popular combination for rustic bathrooms but sometimes that can leave your space feeling dark and dreary. When you are trying to create a spa experience in your bathroom, dark and dreary are the last things you want. However, you can still use wood and stone tiles in your shower as an accent and still achieve a sleek rustic look.
Speaking of wood and modern, you do not have to have a rustic bathroom to have a wood tile shower. When you are decorating in the neutral areas of brown, gray and white, most all of your wood tile will fall in that category, making it a definite option for your contemporary bathroom.
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