May 31, 2017 3:01 pm
We are building a new house and i just have no idea what to do in our bathroom, ensuite and guest ensuite as far as tile colours go. At the moment i believe we will have a charcoal floor tile, matt white vanity with caeserstone bench (Ocean foam). Any inspiration would be appreciated.
We do NOT have floor to roof tiling.
Re: Bathroom tiles and laundry. Colours HELP!!!2
May 31, 2017 4:52 pm
Do you mean you are having trouble picking wall tiles?
If so, a nice soft light grey tile on the walls might work well with the combination above?
Another option might be to choose a different vanity colour, like a lighter/medium grey, and then use white wall tiles as contrast to the floor and vanity, and in the main bathroom have the dark floor tiles run up the side and around the bath. You could add some colour/interest in a feature tile in the shower?
Or, white wall tiles, but choose a timber colour/woodgrain for the vanity and have that as the feature and keep any feature tiles neutral.
I tend to feel that darker wall tiles can make a room feel smaller (not all the time, mind you). If they are large rooms then this wouldn't be an issue.
Not sure if that helps at all...
Not sure if you even want to change what you have already picked.
Maybe google 'bathroom dark floor' and look at the images and see what appeals to you.
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