Black tile showers always feel like special, dressed up looks for bathrooms.
Black tile showers may feel new or daring but the use of black tile in the bathroom dates back to the great Art Deco styles from the 1920s and 30s. At that time black tile was most often employed as an accent color for liners and borders. Today, it’s even more sophisticated used on its own or in high contrast combinations, especially in contemporary homes where it blends with furniture and other décor.
A black glass-mosaic bathroom and shower is all-out glamorous. The design by Jeff Andrews [top], is definitely hyped by the etched glass floor lamp that makes a definite statement against the inky walls – right up there with the tiny tiled-in tv.
Black-and-white horizontal stripes look as great in this memorable shower as they do on rugs. It’s a bold approach from Atlanta’s Amy D. Morris that pays visual dividends especially for showers that exist as a glassed-in room within a room.
(Source: Jeff Andrews Design, Amy D. Morris)
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