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accent tile bathroom

Accent Tile Bathroom

Photo features City Lights South Beach 1/2 x 1/2 mosaic on the walls. Tweet // Bathroom Remodel Ideas Featuring Decorative Accent Tiles Decorative accent tiles can help you take your bathroom remodel ideas to the next level in terms of style and design. Whether you add the gleam of glass tile, the glitter of metallic tile, or the colorful shine of mosaic tile to your bathroom, accent tile is a stylish design element that’s sure to be noticed. Here are a few ways to use tile embellishments to take your bathroom design from ordinary to amazing. Achieve a Glamorous Look with Mosaic Tile If you add it all up, you might be surprised at how much time you spend in the bathroom. And whether you’re in there to get ready for the day, to unwind with a bubble bath, to take a quick shower, or to put the finishing touches on your look, you may as well enjoy the time you spend in your bathroom. You can make your bathroom a sophisticated, welcoming space by incorporating mosaic tile into your design. Check out the Tiger Eye line, for example. This glittery tile pattern comes in various color schemes, and is made of a variety of eye-catching glass and metallic tile. It can be used to give your bathroom a warm feel if you go with the brown and red color scheme, or a modern, classic vibe if you go with the black and gray color scheme. In any color and tile pattern, mosaic tile is an elegant way to add a little glamour to the bathroom. Make an Impression with Colorful Glass Tile When it comes to design, color is everything. You can add color to your bathroom space by incorporating glass tile into your design. For example, the Elemental Glass line comes in many shades. Each small tile is an explosion of vivid color that catches the eye and leaves a lasting impression. Cover your shower wall with crisp shades of green, bold shades of blue, or stunning shades of cranberry for a striking, but timeless, look. Egyptian Glass is another option that looks great when used on the sink, the tub surround, or in the shower. It’s available in several gorgeous color blends, and will add color and sparkle to your design. Brighten Up the Bathroom with Decorative Accents Certain decorative tiles can really make your space shine. For instance, the City Lights features a mix of glass and metallic tile, and will catch the light to create a stunning look. This tile looks especially amazing when used in the shower or around the tub. Whether you do a single accent wall, or a strip of accent tile in the shower area, above the vanity, or around the room, this tile can help to transform your space. Choose a blue or pink scheme to create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere in your bathroom. Your bathroom remodel ideas are only limited to your own imagination. And decorative tile accents allow you to add your personality into your space while creating a standout design. Use metallic, glass, and mosaic accent tile to brighten up your space, show off your style, and make an impression on anyone who enters the space. Don’t be afraid to get creative and think out of the box. Before you know it, you’ll have a glamorous, elegant bathroom design that you can enjoy for years to come.
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Accent Tile Bathroom

Decorative accent tiles can help you take your bathroom remodel ideas to the next level in terms of style and design. Whether you add the gleam of glass tile, the glitter of metallic tile, or the colorful shine of mosaic tile to your bathroom, accent tile is a stylish design element that’s sure to be noticed. Here are a few ways to use tile embellishments to take your bathroom design from ordinary to amazing.
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Accent Tile Bathroom

It's not all about field tile. Border and accent tiles, when used with discretion, add pizazz without breaking your tile budget. This picture features a continuous band of accent tile from Daltile along the bathtub. Wall Field Tile – Daltile 6×8 Almond Tile Border – Daltile Fashion Accents Tile
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Accent Tile Bathroom

You can make your bathroom a sophisticated, welcoming space by incorporating mosaic tile into your design. Check out the Tiger Eye line, for example. This glittery tile pattern comes in various color schemes, and is made of a variety of eye-catching glass and metallic tile. It can be used to give your bathroom a warm feel if you go with the brown and red color scheme, or a modern, classic vibe if you go with the black and gray color scheme. In any color and tile pattern, mosaic tile is an elegant way to add a little glamour to the bathroom.
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Accent Tile Bathroom

Certain decorative tiles can really make your space shine. For instance, the City Lights features a mix of glass and metallic tile, and will catch the light to create a stunning look. This tile looks especially amazing when used in the shower or around the tub. Whether you do a single accent wall, or a strip of accent tile in the shower area, above the vanity, or around the room, this tile can help to transform your space. Choose a blue or pink scheme to create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere in your bathroom.
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Accent Tile Bathroom

This bathroom tile picture features easy-to-install 13″ porcelain tile. Note, too, that the tile extends halfway up the wall, bordered by listello tile. Armstrong Avignon Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile 13″ x 13″, Satin Finish
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Accent Tile Bathroom

You need a big bathroom to have tile this big. This is 24″ by 24″ full-body glazed porcelain tile (yes, it looks like stone, but it's not) from Bedrosian's Cesare Magnus series. Laying tile in this grid pattern makes it look like there are fewer tile seams than if it were laid in brick-work fashion.
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Accent Tile Bathroom

Your bathroom remodel ideas are only limited to your own imagination. And decorative tile accents allow you to add your personality into your space while creating a standout design. Use metallic, glass, and mosaic accent tile to brighten up your space, show off your style, and make an impression on anyone who enters the space. Don’t be afraid to get creative and think out of the box. Before you know it, you’ll have a glamorous, elegant bathroom design that you can enjoy for years to come.
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We don't often talk about mondo-sized bathroom tiles–sizes tend to range from mosaic up to thirteen inchers. Here is a bathroom tile picture from one of my favorite tile manufacturers, Hispano Azul, featuring a tile that covers nearly four square feet. Tuareg Tiles, 23.6″ from Hispano Azul
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Toilet enclosures are often dim, dismal affairs, nothing more than drywall boxes.  Why be boring?  This bathroom is brightened up with Rockefeller glass/stone mosaic blend tile in 12″ by 13″ sheets, from Bedrosian's Manhattan Series. The vertical placement of the tile adds to the visual interest, making the tile the star of this bathroom's show.
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Charleston, S.C., designer Cortney Bishop prefers to use one tile for the entire space as a way to create a cohesive look. If the scale of the chosen tile is too large to use everywhere, Cortney cuts the chosen tile down to scale to maintain the continuity and then creates a spa-like feel by taking the tile all the way to the ceiling.
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Fanciful swirls move from tile to tile in this design from Ann Sacks/Andy Fleishman. No matter which direction you set the tile, it will always mate up with swirls in adjoining tile. These 12″ x 12″ concrete tiles (Variations) can be butted edge-to-edge (grout-free) or can be grouted, as shown here.
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Childrens jack and jill style bathroom. White subway tile walls with glass accent tiles. Flooring in a plank style tile (wood looking). To save space, used lots of pocket doors. Glass block half wall for water closet. Custom made pine bench, linen tower and wall mirror. Kohler pedestal vanities and plumbing fittings.
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When tiling a shower, Kriste Michelini suggests putting the shower niche on the same wall as the shower fixture. This allows for the main walls to be tiled beautifully with no disruptions or cut outs in the focal wall. In addition, she suggests continuing the bathroom floor tile over the shower curb and into the shower pan to visually expand the floor and keep it clean looking. In this bathroom, the client wanted a beachy vibe, so Kriste uses a mosaic tile on the walls with small white subway tiles on the shower pan. The bottom third of the shower door is frosted for privacy while the top is left clear to allow natural sunlight into the shower. Photo courtesy of Kriste Michelini
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Tile is often the most used material in the bathroom — so choosing the right one is an easy way to kick up your bathroom’s style. See how top designers create lovely loos with marble, ceramic, porcelain and glass tile.
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Decorative & Accent The right decorative tile and accent pieces can transform a backsplash design. Explore our selection of decorative inserts and liners, listellos, trim pieces and medallions.

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