By michel. Bathroom Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 19:57:44 PM.
Spain, Morocco, Japan, you name it — the sketchers featured here look around the globe to infuse a home's most intimate space with international flair. The grays and blues of a California bathroom by Christina Rottman echo the Pacific Ocean just outside. The tub's teal tiles from Ann Sacks match an antique rug from Mansour to a T.
With Carrara marble peaking out from beneath the cast-iron clawfoot tub, a basket weave insert from Cumar provides additional detail in the center of a Massachusetts master bathroom. Interior interior designer Hattie Hollander Hattie Holland chose Farrow & Ball's Parma Gray for the trim since it "has a historic feeling with that gray cast and plays off the Carrara marble so well."
Colleen Bashaw drew inspiration from soothing spas to pull together this guest bath. Floor tile from Studium ebbs and flows across the room, while Cole & Son's Palm Vacates wallpaper adds a tropical touch up top. "I wanted drama!" says designer SuzAnn Kletzien of this daring en suite bathroom. The impact begins with a dynamic hexagonal-tile "rug" by Artistic Tile. In Nero Marquina, Pacific White and Thassos marbles, it's a luxe version of traditional penny-tile.
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"I've always adore leaf tiles ... they are so Liberace!" say Bailey McCarthy of Ann Sacks's Davlin collection. Calacatta Gold marbles and an antique chandelier make the renovated master bathroom a real showstopper. Glass door put a shower on full display, so Matthew Quinn played up the view with Origami Kiki marble tiles from AKDO. The irregular pattern and hexagonal shapes "are dynamic, but the neutral palette makes sure it isn't too loud visually," he says.
He kept the rest of the shower unobtrusive with AKDO Soft Gray marble tiles. Cement ground tiles pick up the gray and "add fair the right quantity of pattern," say sketcher Daleet Spector of an understated bath. "And they're cool and fresh on bare feet. The room is luxurious but in a very modern, understated way."
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