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Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

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Helena 1

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You may choose to leave plumbing supply lines exposed, as in the bathroom here, for a more industrial or vintage look. Or you may choose to hide them behind the sink pedestal for a more modern look. Little things make big impressions.
Design ideas for a victorian bathroom in Los Angeles with a pedestal sink and green tile. — Houzz
green black tile for guest bath — tonicolorado
Hanson Fine Building

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Wyndmoor Residence bathroom

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Their bright color enlivens this otherwise subdued bathroom. “The decision was made by the architect to bring an accent color to complement the white wainscoting and floor tile,” says John Hanson, the principal contractor on this project. “We painted the sink and tub with a semigloss alkyd oil-based paint.”
Traditional kids bathroom in Philadelphia with a claw-foot tub, subway tile, a wall-mount sink and blue walls. — Houzz
I like the banding on the floor perimeter. — Candi Woods
International Custom Designs

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Yorba Linda Residence

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Freestanding tubs are generally designed for larger bathrooms. If you want to make a statement, placing it on an angle will show you are unconcerned with space restrictions. You will rarely see angled tubs in urban settings.
Inspiration for a contemporary master bathroom in Orange County with a freestanding tub and pebble tile floors. — Houzz
like this combo on the bath tub — Anna-Ruth Rutgers
Essex County’s Notable Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
QIC LLC., was established in 2007, a family owned business remaining true to our lifelong values of quality, hard work, and honesty.
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Pacific Heights Mediterranean

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Tip: Prepare a test board to see how your tile will look once it’s installed. Determining the quality of the tile or stone and preparing the tile sample board will go a long way toward getting what you want.
Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, an undermount tub and gray tile. — Houzz
Autre exemple de prolongement de comptoir — nicolas roger
Eclectic Bathroom

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Big change: Try a chic black and white scheme. Pair white subway tile with black or charcoal-gray grout for a cool (and surprisingly affordable) look. Choose simple gray tile floors and black accents on the shower and mirror frames, then bring the glamour in with shiny brass sink and shower fittings.
Inspiration for a transitional bathroom in Chicago with subway tile. — Houzz
This might work in my tiny bathroom? Good look, glass opens up the room making it look larger than it is and the subway style tile keeps it simple. — Susan Werstil
Avalon Interiors

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Port Credit Townhome

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The small strips of marble tile on the shower wall add visual interest to this otherwise simple bathroom design. Users loved the creamy beige paint on the walls, and the designer’s choice to keep the ceiling white.
Contemporary bathroom in Toronto with a vessel sink. — Houzz
use of uplighting to make ceiling height seem bigger — pmaro002
Cassidy Hughes Interior Design & Styling

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Bathroom

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Go for a Spanish colonial style with Talavera tiles, or use mismatched patterned encaustic tiles, as is the case with this eclectic bathroom. Teaming them with a plain white surround stops the pattern from dominating the space, and is also cost-effective.
Design ideas for a mediterranean master bathroom in London with a vessel sink, wood countertops, a freestanding tub, multicolored tile, stone tile and multicolored walls. — Houzz
Cool accent tile for kids bath like treys house. — albiso
Ardesia Design

Oakhill Court

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4 Keep it simple If you have a lot going on in terms of décor in the rest of the bathroom – think coloured tiles, panelled furniture and fancy taps – then perhaps a plain sheet of no-frills glass is the best solution. Look out for glass that has been finished with a special anti-plaque coating so dirt and limescale don’t accumulate and make it hard to keep clean.
Design ideas for a victorian bathroom in London with a console sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a drop-in tub, a shower/bathtub combo, a one-piece toilet, porcelain tile and medium tone hardwood floors. — Houzz

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