Gray tile flooring with subway tile shower walls and bench. Shower niche above built-in bench, Frameless walk-in glass shower enclosure. Stained cabinetry with decorative hardware and granite countertops. Custom mirror molding.

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Gray tile flooring with subway tile shower walls and bench. Shower niche above built-in bench, Frameless walk-in glass shower enclosure. Stained cabinetry with decorative hardware and granite countertops.

Love the natural light in this room....

Light grey tile floor running behind bath; then right side exposed brick painted white + chunky wooden shelves above hidden cistern displaying plants & hand towels; left side feature wall of dark grey with zuster cabinet

Getting a luxe look for less! See how we used an elongated white subway tile with a marble hex tile niche in our bathroom design, all finished in a gray grout. The shower was tiled on a budget but looks super high end. Click over for the full tutorial!

shower design with subway tile and marble tile niche

Schluter strips on all sides. I would not recommend using the hex tile as the back due to the complexity of the herringbone pattern on wall already.

Bathroom with bathtub and gray subway tile shower surround with niche or alcove in hexagon marble tile, greige accent tile. Kylie M Interiors design

Our Bathroom Remodel – Greige, Subway Tile and More…

LOVE SHOWER SURROUND AND ACCENT TILE Bathroom with bathtub and gray subway tile shower surround with niche or alcove in hexagon marble tile, greige accent tile. Kylie M Interiors design

Arabesque, elongated hexagon, and penny tiles, these neutral backsplashes are an instant win in any kitchen. What mosaic shape fits your style?

I saw the top left one installed at a store and liked it in person. Arabesque, elongated hexagon, and penny tiles, these neutral backsplashes are an instant win in any kitchen. What mosaic shape fits your style?

Elongated subway with simple, grey floor tile

Bathroom with white subway tile walls, rustic stained wood ceiling, black accents French Country Club Tudor by Summer Thornton Design

Trend Spotting: Matte is Back (And Looks Better Than Ever)

Trend Spotting: Matte is Back (And Looks Better Than Ever)

The splashback and counters are similar tones, but are broken up by the unique tile shape used for the splashback.

KELLY WEARSTLER | MELANGE ELONGATED SCONCE. Alabaster stone set in Antique Burnished Brass or Aged Iron

MELANGE LARGE ELONGATED SCONCE - BRASS w/ ALABASTER

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