Most designers tell you that dark colors or busy patterns are not a good idea in a small space. Think again. Strong patterns and textures add depth and play to a space creating the illusion of more size and life.
An all-white bathroom does feel brighter and lighter but it can look a little cold or lack the depth your eye registers as space. Adding black to your bathroom in the form of black walls or a black-and-white tile design or a black ceiling adds the “POW!” your small bathroom is begging for.
Spacious white marble bathrooms come in many shapes defined by the choices made when decorating. Functionality is key but design reign over the need to feel comfortable. Heated marble floors ensure coziness and visual pleasure while the bright natural light reflectingin the mirrors exposes the eye to an inspiring mix of details. British architectural studio SHH was responsible for this project and they did a fantastic job in every corner of the Addison Road House.
Tile is more expensive than paint so the amount of material and the complexity of your design will likely depend on budget. Options range from minimal use in a border for example to maximum use in floor-to-ceiling executions. And each implementation of course can be done in different materials be it in a classic subway tile or multicolored mosaics.
Where tile is concerned the phrase “less is more” rings true. Gone are the days of covering the entire room in saturated tile. Rather modern bathrooms use colorful tiles to draw attention to a focal point. Use it in a spa-like rainforest shower or as an eye-catching backsplash behind your vanity.
The Clearhouse in Shelter Island can be of great helps to those looking to adorn their home with colored marble. Since this home is almost transparent the marble floor and walls in one of its bathrooms provides the owners with a deeply rewarding simplicity in design privacy quality and a luxurious environment.