By travers. Bathroom. Published at Thursday, June 07th, 2018 - 00:04:53 AM.
When decorating with subway tiles, especially the white kind, there is always the risk to make the space look cold and austere so it is nice to introduce a warm color or a material or a texture able to balance out the ambiance. In this case, that color is brown and is repeated throughout the bathroom in various different forms. Of course, it is more than that. Check out all the subtle details like the herringbone pattern on the floor or those curved edges of the wall mirror. They all contribute to creating a welcoming ambiance.
What happens when you love wood tile but you can not afford the bathroom reno or it would not quite fit with your modern decor? You add just a few wood tiles to your shower shelf. Even a simple change like this can give your whole shower a new look, adding an element you love so much without overwhelming your bathroom.
Many farmhouse elements revolve around white and pale wood tones. So when you go looking to tile your rustic bathroom shower, it is a great idea to lean towards the lighter shades that will blend with the rest of your home. Find a tile that looks like a very light wood or even something that is white washed looking.
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.
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