By . Bathroom. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 07:48:08 AM.
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.
If you are using subway tiles on the shower walls, consider a different style for the flooring. Perhaps mosaic tiles would look nice or maybe you would enjoy this lovely honeycomb pattern featured here. It is quirky and it has the same classic flair as the wall tiles but in a different package.
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.
Have you ever wondered why subway tiles are called like that? The term makes reference to the tiled walls of New York subway stations from the early 20th century. The style became so popular in time that we still use it. Subway tiles are widely used in bathrooms and kitchens, being appreciated for their simple and classic elegance and also for their versatility. We are currently interested in the particular way in which a subway tile shower can look beautiful and stylish so we will check out a few designs and ideas.
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