A mix of large rectangular tiles contrast with a mosaic of small tiles in shades of blue to create a modern and colorful bathroom.
This creative shower stall is tiled with bottle caps collected over many years. Hammered into the wood trim with tiny nails, the collection resembles a colorful mosaic from a distance. Up close, bygone logos and brand names emerge—a great "remember when" conversation starter.
Colorful scrap wood, road signs, bottle caps and old bottles were given a second chance in this creative outhouse. The flooring is tiled from big, bold signs that boost the building's graphic impact.
With endless color options, tile is a perfect way to infuse bathrooms with tangy hues. Here, slices of green tile in various shades stripe the wall. Looking for a quicker way to add lime green to your scene? Accessorize with a green shower curtain, towels or glycerin soap.
Lemon-yellow tiles brighten up the shower in this candy-colored bathroom.
Large green tiles make the sharp, bright white features in this bathroom pop.
Setting classic his-and-her sinks on a dark wood vanity offers a striking contrast against sky blue tiles.
A tall, ribbed white porcelain vessel sink is set against tiny, two-toned sea green tiles.
A black-and-white bathroom gets an emerald upgrade with these pixelated green tiles.
Red tiles break up the expanse of white in this mod bathroom design.
Large red tiles accent the wall behind the sink and contrast nicely with dark brick and bright white porcelain.
Blue tiles mixed intermittently with bright white tiles add bright pops of color to this true-blue bathroom.
Multiple shades of sea blue come together in the tiles of this bathroom, contrasting beautifully with the natural wood vanity and mirror frame.
December 01, 2011 1:14 AM
I have this done with the large tiles in white.
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