Bathroom Inspiration - The Tile Shop

September 13, 2019
I have a bathroom remodel in my future, due to the icky carpet installed in the kids bathroomby the previous owners. Imagine carpet in a bathroom used by teenagers, eewww. 

The other day I wandered into The Tile Shop looking for inspiration. And I found plenty so I thought I would share here.

Here's some of the bathrooms in the showroom that spoke to me.

  Classic, traditional and beautiful, my kind of bathroom

Four different sizes of marble tiles were used to made this bathroom classically fabulous with a little edge!

Simple subway tiles along with a marble herringbone floor is a great combination of high and low materials.


Close up of the herringbone pattern, isn't it to die for?


A mixture of travertine tiles gives this bathroom an earthy natural look.


No words needed!


Even though this bathroom uses a lot of natural stone, it stills looks airy and ultra sophisticated.


Different slate tiles used  to make amazing patterns, I'm sure this pattern would also great using inexpensive ceramic tiles 


Classic and luxurious, can you spot which tile isn't natural stone?


Hint, it's the floor, the floor is a ceramic tile called "Carrara Gris', paired with natural stone, is another winner of mixing high and low.



Another classic bathroom


A great mix of glass and ceramic subway tiles


The mixture of natural tiles and ultra modern fixtures are a great combination.


Subway tiles look really expensive when paired with glass tiles and aren't those pendants chic?

Carrara marble makes this bathroom timeless.

 Isn't that mosaic tile on the floor fantastic?


Old world classic elegance


They also had amazing tiles for counter tops,  Look at the counter top above, doesn't it look great for tiles?  It's also very cost effective way of getting granite in your house, especially if you can install it yourself.

Are you inspired?

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