Tiffany Blue Bath

bathroom with turquoise blue glass mosaic floor, walls and ceilingA room wrapped in glass tiles scintillates in the sunlight.

Interior designers often refer to powder rooms as little jewel boxes, treating them with bold design elements.  But why not also take a design risk in full baths?  After all, most are used daily and they should be fabulous too!  Covering the floor, walls and ceiling with Tiffany blue glass mosaic tile makes this bathroom sparkle as light spills in through the tiny, high placed shower window niche.  As Mae West said, too much of a good thing is wonderful.  An antique painted dresser was repurposed as a vanity, fitted with a drop-in sink and wall mount faucet.  A rectangular pivot mirror tilts for that perfect viewing angle and is in keeping with the simpleness of the space.  The hand-polished chrome is repeated in the train rack for towels, with personalized monogram, of course.  An Italian hotel shower curtain has a double row of satin stitch embroidery, repeating the vivid turquoise blue color that has become synonymous with that little blue box.

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3 Responses to “Tiffany Blue Bath”

  1. cat_mom May 22, 2013 at 11:35 pm #

    So cool!!!!

    We are painting our spare room aqua/Robin’s egg blue–so you know I’m lovin’ that bathroom color! :)

  2. Joni June 16, 2013 at 11:26 pm #

    I’m trying to source this tile in the photo. Do you have the vendor? I saw this photo in BH&G as well. Thanks!

  3. Jane F June 17, 2013 at 11:11 am #

    We don’t have the exact vendor though BH&G sometimes does give that info. But those are either 3/4″ or 1″ glass tiles. I’d do a glass tile search and look at Susan Jablon mosaics. http://goo.gl/wdcpB

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