By . Bathroom. Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 09:09:14 AM.
When you live in a rustic mountain house or cabin, it is almost required to lean into honeyed wood tones and rich brown shades. If the rest of your house is boasting some lovely natural wood colors, tile your shower to match with something a little darker. Even if it does not match exactly, the rustic look will still be a winner.
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.
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.
Do not let your wood tile shop at the shower. When you have a tiled floor, it makes sense that you would carry some of those honeyed brown shades from the wall all the way under your feet. It will make your bathrooms shower look like a nook, tucked away where no one will bother you.
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