These Very Different Bathrooms All Have One Big Thing in Common

These Very Different Bathrooms All Have One Big Thing in Common

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Dabney Frake
Nov 25, 2015
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The bathrooms in this post all vary in style, ranging from vintage-inspired to more minimalist modern, and all are beautiful. Yet they all do something similar that makes them successful as spaces.

Each of these bathrooms master the use of multiple tiles in one room in ways, and do it in a way that adds depth, texture and interest. They all approach it in unique ways:

Above, a townhome from Ensemble Architecture created a small feature wall behind the mirror and sink, and then still went on to use two more types of tile. The large amount of white manages to keep things unified.

(Image credit: Christina Zamora)

This bathroom, designed by Christina Zamora, features tiles from Heath Ceramics. It’s the same pattern, but in two different colorways that define the two planes.

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This very modern bathroom from Inside Out mixes up both color and scale to add interest to the minimal space. The result is almost like color blocking.

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The bathroom in this Hollywood Hills retreat combines a little bit of big crazy pattern (in the form of Kismet tiles) and tempers it with a smaller all-black classic.

(Image credit: Marcia Prentice)

Beautiful tiles on the tub surround enliven Ron's Parisian Style Condo in Hollywood's Historic Colonial House. Just that little bit of time makes a huge statement.

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