Lay not-quite-square tiles in three or four complementary colors for a quirky pattern that goes great with organic finishes. Turn classic subway tiles on their side by choosing them in dark green glass and laying them lengthwise.
A similar solution could be implemented into a living wall like this which should keep it looking lush and ravishing for time to come. We’re seeing these living walls drawn into more and more designs and expect this trend to continue in 2014.
Except for closets your bathrooms are the smallest rooms of your home that you occupy several times a day. For it being the smallest room unfortunately you have dozens of tasks to accomplish in the space and it still feels too small! To make your bathroom feel larger and to maximize every square inch here is a list of 20 ways to get the best use of space. Best in this article refers to tips that are easy to accomplish and fun to do in the process. See how your bathroom will soon become the most LOVED room to use in the house.
Floor-to-ceiling patterned tile paired with terra cotta-colored grout creates a spa-like escape that pairs well with Turkish cotton towels and a relaxing bath. Love one color but not sure you can deal with a room full of it? Keep it to the shower enclosure and lay a pixel pattern of small tiles in three or four shades of the same hue.
If you’re concerned about how to best incorporate these materials into your design without letting the design become too retro don’t fret. We’ve got the tips on how to use warm metals to create a chic aesthetic that you’ll love for a long time to come.
Use cabinetry with open storage: Storage under the sink is a plus and if it has open storage it can serve decorative purposes at the same time. Open storage shelves allow towels baskets and other decorative items to be stored without using up room in a closet. If you decide on open storage for your bathroom be mindful of clutter and adding too many items on the shelves.