Nina Bartlett
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powder room - i like how they painted the walls white but the window trim dark to match the floor

flooring - black hex tile for drama - not really into tile floors because of germs, but this is cute, also love the black window frame with white walls

Cost effective wall tiles & hexagon floor.   Photo Gallery: Mandy Milk's Bathroom Makeover | http://modernkitchendesigneli.blogspot.com

Minus the curtain - frameless glass screen instead interior+design+inspiration+idea+decor+decorating+bathroom+bath+hexagon+black+white+subway+tile+chic+modern+glam+luxury+shower.

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Plywood is used to create an appealing camp-style bath in Japan by mA-style Architects via Design Boom. [What an AMAZING sink and faucet!

The Melbourne home of Emma and Damon Rickards, via thedesignfiles.net.  photo by Sean Fennessy.

Seddon-bathroom Downstairs bathroom – cabinetry by Auld Design, featuring inset screenprinted cockatoo panel by Bonnie and Neil. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Lovenordic Design Blog: Cool Bathrooms....

White subway tile with grey grout - simple but effective. Guess you could use any colour grout really

Bike under sink, black and white tiled bathroom floor

Looking at this charming bathroom with a creative twist, a bicycle sink. Would you ever use a bike and transform it into a bicycle sink in your bathroom? I think the black & white tile floor and b

Our bathroom floor. Possibly use solid black tiles to replace if needed during remodel?

Fashionable White Tile Bathroom Flooring And Wall Backsplash For Bath Panels With Black Dotted And Corner Seat Bath In Small Shower Stands With Black And White Bathroom Inspiring Designs

Hexagonal Tile FlooringHexagonal Tile Flooring  For design continuity throughout your home, consider matching flooring or other major elements in all of your bathrooms. In this remodeled bath, the homeowners chose new, unglazed hexagonal mosaic tiles to match those used in the home's other baths.

Hexagonal Tile FlooringHexagonal Tile Flooring For design continuity throughout your home, consider matching flooring or other major elements in all of your bathrooms. In this remodeled bath, the homeowners chose new, unglazed hexagonal mosaic tile baths.