6. Perfect Pattern
Keeping the rest of the bathroom simple with wood and neutrals makes the shower free to express itself. Find an unusual pattern in a vibrant colour for maximum effect. Featured is Goa from Popham Designs (Worldwide), although Oriental Fairy from Otto Tiles & Design (UK) and Granada Turquoise Crackle from Clay Imports (USA) are equally as lovely.
7. Simple Statement
A statement shower doesn’t have to be bright and colourful. White subway tiles and a mosaic floor can work just as well, especially when framed in glass with two matching decorative shower heads. Any white subway tile works here, such as Neri White Field Tile from AdexUSA, Altea White from Equipe Ceramicas (Europe) or Puddle Glaze Cotton White from British Ceramic Tile (UK).
8. Playful Pink
The dark walls of this shower are elevated by textured pink tiles. Create the look with Rose Mallow from Equipe Ceramicas (Europe), Shrimp Pink Tiles from Bert & May (UK), or Vintage Rose Bejmat Tiles from Clé Tile (USA).
9. Touched by Terrazzo
A stunning speckled statement in terrazzo can incorporate colours of any kinds and flecks both little and large. Paris White from Huguet Mallorca (Spain) decorates the shower below, though Medley White tiles from Ergon (Italy) and the innovative 007 Martini from Durat (Finland) have a similar look.
10. Brave Yellow
The joyful burst of yellow amongst the wood and white walls is definitely a statement. A touch of tonal intrigue is added in the mosaic, creating a more complex look that elevates the bright space. Create a similar look with Daffodil from Fireclay Tile (USA), Ochre Rectangle Zellige from Bert & May (UK), or Zellige Indian Safron from Clé Tile (USA).
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2021.