black and white bathroom floor tile

Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

Tobi Fairley Interior Design Showstopping black and white wallpaper (Minaret by Osborne & Little) makes a statement here. The black and white interplay continues with a white cotton duck shower curtain trimmed in black, a black Jonathan Adler rug with a white border, and the stacks of black and white towels carefully arranged on a matching étagère.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

Showstopping black and white wallpaper (Minaret by Osborne & Little) makes a statement here. The black and white interplay continues with a white cotton duck shower curtain trimmed in black, a black Jonathan Adler rug with a white border, and the stacks of black and white towels carefully arranged on a matching étagère.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

I’m a sucker for a black and white bathroom. In New York City, where I live, you’ll find plenty of vintage beauties, decked out with traditional white subway tiles, black and white hexagonal floor tiles, and pedestal sinks and tubs with chunky chrome faucets labeled “hot” and “cold.” You’ll find them in high-end apartments as well as seen-better-days brownstones. In these classic baths, homeowners can add color for punch — bright pink towels or an orange bath mat or pale green paint on the walls. They can accessorize with old-style apothecary jars or go more modern with a mirrored wastebasket and matching soap dish. In new construction you’ll find more luxurious variations on the theme, complete with dark wood vanities, marble latticework floors and glamorous freestanding tubs. Whatever the approach, the clean look of black and white is always a crowd-pleaser; check out some of my favorites here.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

Designer Jessica Helgerson anchors the white fixtures, trim and walls with a black-and-white marble mosaic tile floor. Walls are tiled with a 3 x 6 subway tile from Pratt and Larson’s Simple Solutions, which was chosen for the great variety of trim options. For example, the tile wainscoting has a decorative base and top cap, and a different cap is used for the edge of the tub. Photo courtesy of Jessica Helgerson
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

I’m a sucker for a black and white bathroom. In New York City, where I live, you’ll find plenty of vintage beauties, decked out with traditional white subway tiles, black and white hexagonal floor tiles, and pedestal sinks and tubs with chunky chrome faucets labeled “hot” and “cold.” You’ll find them in high-end apartments as well as seen-better-days brownstones.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

The design team at De Meza Architecture wanted to combine traditional and modern elements in this 1920s-era bathroom. Designers Gregg De Meza, Jennifer Gustafson and Michelle Nelson nodded to tradition with black-and-white tile, but updated the look with a glass tile mosaic that features a whimsical message in pixilated type.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

This bathroom from HGTV fan KT Designs proves that a black and white color scheme doesn’t have to be masculine or modern. Black walls and white fixtures make the feminine touches, like a chandelier, drapery around the tub and floral decor stand out.
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Black And White Bathroom Floor Tile

Black and white floor tiles for the bathroom have a long history. They were popular during the Victorian times and during the Arts and Crafts period. The style has been copied in vinyl form, but there are many elegant versions available today. White hexagon tiles can be used with contrast dots, or with contrast circles which look like flowers. Or you can go with simple square tiles in various sizes and patterns. And then there is the pinwheel design, with its lovely geometric symmetry.
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Ventana Construction LLC This classic floor is Daltile’s Octagon & Dot tile, a matte white octagon accented with a glossy black diamond at each corner. (It comes in sheets for easy installation.) The vintage-style corner tub, similar to the Americh Bow 6032, features an L-shaped shower rod. The soothing gray-green hue on the walls is Restoration Hardware’s Blue Sage.

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