Use your limited square footage to your advantage and go big with floor-to-ceiling tile. Pick a lighter and brighter tile with variations to reflect light, like this room by Home Depot, to avoid making your windowless bathroom feel drab and dark. This is the one time you'll be glad your bathroom is small.
Design ideas for a beach style bathroom in Sydney with blue tile, subway tile, blue walls, a wall-mount sink and grey floor. I like the texture and colour of these tiles. Love the round mirror too but it makes the vanity look too small - trenton_edwards88
Play up high ceilings with a backdrop of floor-to-ceiling tiles (they also bring so much more texture than paint). The single pearl-like sconce in this bathroom designed by Hecker Guthrie is a fun
Tile Grout. Natural stone, such as marble, is a great choice for any bathroom because you can use it on the floor and bathroom walls creating continuous flow and the illusion of more space. Marble comes in some great shapes and sizes from herringbone and penny to hexagon adding interest without interrupting the flow.
Floor to Ceiling. For you tile lovers a floor to ceiling tile installation in the bathroom is the way to go. The look is fresh and modern, and can be done in every shape, size and color there is. We love the clean look of the straight set tile in the bathroom below. The design feels clean and contemporary, and the floor to ceiling installation,
This beautiful bathroom features a full subway tile wall in the shower, as well as a half-wall as backsplash behind the door. If you want to avoid the boring all-white effect, choose a darker grout, as in this bathroom, for contrast and visual interest. Continue to 3 of 16 below.