I think I have a thing for white bathrooms with carrera marble...I might need a carrera marble intervention
I know my parents don't love lots and lots of white, so the above bathroom has nice color added in with all the pretty tile.
I don't really love the sinks here, but I do love the tile and how it goes most of the way up the wall. This could get really expensive, so doing a half wall would be more economical.
Round tiles would be fun in the kids bathroom for the floor. I love the marble subway tiles here too, but to save money I might nix the tiles on the wall and use plain white subway tiles in the shower/bath area. I also like the look of the sink area here, the legs give it that furniture look which is pretty.
I'm sure my parents are going to nix this idea right away, but I just love the checker board pattern.
Love this one! Dark floor next to the marble tile shower is delish. Also love the double vanity- totally key in a master bath
Pretty tile here too. I might do without the tile border though, since the room is not really rectangle it would just look odd iwth all the angles
A little change from all the white above- I love the gray color here and the size of the tiles.
Same bathroom as above- this shows the smaller tile on the floor. Dad, I like how the same tile is used in the shower and out, it makes for a seamless look, especially since the shower is the first thing you see when you walk into the bathroom
More plain white subway tile and marble together- would look good with a dark wood vanity as well.
Loving this shower door
Stefanie over at a Brooklyn Limestone has quite the eye- I am in love with her whole house but the bathrooms might be my favorite. Just look at that floor...swoon
Here is another bathroom in her house- love the basket-weave floor and the shower door- such a clean crisp look here.
OK, so I guess I really have a white/gray marble thing...don't hate me.
Photos from:Coastal Living, House and Home photo by James Tse, House and Home photo by Janis Nicolay, House and Home photo by Angus McRitchie, House Beautiful, Melanie Elston, Southern Exposure Blog, Sunset Magazine, Traditional Home design by Missy Connolly, Decorpad, and the last two photos are the bathrooms in A Brooklyn Limestone in Progress's home.