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Top 5 Real Customer Bathrooms

Sometimes it can be difficult to visualise what your brand new bathroom could look like when researching tiles and finishes. There are lots of things to consider and the decision process can be much easier when you can see the finished result.

We’ve enjoyed receiving lots of fabulous photos from our happy customers and adding them to our online Customer Gallery. Each one is unique, embracing everything from timeless design to the latest interior trends and we’d love to share with you a few of our favourites! We hope that these real life photos can help and inspire you in the early stages of planning your transformation, whether you’re considering a full bathroom renovation or just a simple re-tile of your sink splashback.

No.5

Timeless pattern in a traditional bathroom

@rosie.royo

This classic scheme has made it into our top 5 due to its striking combination of bold colour and pattern. The use of the black and white Cuban Star tile allows for a darker grout on the floor which is both practical and right on trend.

Opting for a traditional design gives you plenty of tile and colour options. Here, the use of gloss bevelled brick on the walls adds texture and reflects light, beautifully offset by the deeper navy blue. The ceiling height has been accentuated too, by only tiling around the roll top bath.

This bathroom is simply but perfectly executed and can be achieved in most homes.

Tip! Add tiles only where you need them. Not only does it create focal points but it can also save you money.

No.4

Glam Rock - A seamless white marble bathroom

@homebymkdesign

It can be a challenge pairing wall and floor tiles. Whether its colours or shapes, finding the perfect match can take the fun out of a bathroom revamp. So why not try ‘all-marble-everything’! This customer has chosen to cover their walls and floors in our fabulous Calacata White Marble Tile. The White marble effect porcelain look opens up the space beautifully, making it perfect for smaller bathrooms. Coordinating floor and wall tiles are available, removing the stress of pairing, and resulting in a calming and luxurious bathroom.

If you’re looking to inject a hint of glamour and finesse, then marble effect porcelain tiles are a great choice. Consider veining and colour options and where you want to showcase the marble.

Tip! Marble splashbacks and shower areas are a great alternative to an all over finish.

No.3

Defining a space with Monochrome

@housecandy55

Not every bathroom has the luxury of high ceilings and endless space. Many of us have to work with what we’ve got. In this customer’s bathroom, the angles of the celling could have been ‘awkward’ but instead the clever use of herringbone turns them into a feature. The 45-degree angle of these white gloss tiles, effortlessly mirrors the angle of the roofline. This paired with the black lines of the shower and fixtures, defines the areas of the room. Even the radiator has an impact!

Keeping everything clean and white can be high maintenance in a bathroom, but the use of dark grout will keep this room looking clean and fresh without the worry of discolouration. Another benefit to a white scheme is that it allows for a frequent change of accent colour, through the use of accessories, so you can match trends textures and seasonal patterns. This minimal look is continuing to grab the attention of homeowner’s and earns a solid 3rd place.

Tip! When using a monochrome scheme be sure to use other textures and greenery to add interest.

No.2

It’s all about the bath!

@us_by_square_inch

If you’re planning a bathroom around the tub, then consider placing it in the centre of the room or under a window and creating a focal point. This cosy, curvy tub is beautifully positioned between two windows,taking pride of place in front of striking black metro brick tiles. Our Savoy Noir Gloss Tiles are paired with white grout, drawing attention to the brick bond layout.

The floor, tiled in a lighter modular pattern, gives a traditional feel. The combination of old and new is a great way to juxtapose two décor styles. If you have a more traditional-looking house look for textures, shapes and colours that reflect older styles and pair with clean lines and simplicity to get these two working in harmony. Take note of the no-fuss free-standing bath and side table! Certainly worthy of the No.2 spot.

Tip! Half tiling a wall will draw the eyes down to the bath and allow for artwork or indoor wall plants.

No.1

Shades of blue

@Amy_Newton_Interiors

Midnight blues and ultra-marines are some of the most covetable shades for bathrooms. Blue shades, mixed with pastels and eye catching brass touches, gives the typically novelty blue bathroom a refreshed look. Our glossy Azure Blue Tiles in a vertical linear brick layout gives clean lines and visual interest. The use of grey grout provides an uninterrupted glossy blue wall that brings focus to the tile’s texture and stunning brass-work. Pairing with a lighter floor stops the room from feeling too enclosed, drawing the eyes down to the sinks and cabinetry.

The beautiful colour combinations and enviable his-and-her sinks certainly makes this bathroom deserving of the No.1 spot.

Tip! When using deeper shades such as Azure Blue, be sure to layer different textures to add depth and richness.

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