Lovely bathroom...tiled shower and sky light are my favorite parts, also no tiles to step over to get into shower.

Making a Small Bath Feel Spacious

Another nice alternate tile color. Also like the placement of shower control near entry. Lovely bathroom…tiled shower and sky light are my favorite parts! I like the pop of color

This exceptionally renovated villa is the ultimate bachelor pad

black hexagon tile shower/black and white bathroom/This exceptionally renovated villa is the ultimate bachelor pad

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Our Lubelso by Canny Homes Contemporary facade has been reinvented for our new concept home in Brighton. Open by Appointment.

We rounded up our favorite bathrooms of 2016 to help identify the biggest trends of the year—and those most likely to stick around well into 2017.

The Best Bathrooms of 2016 All Had This in Common—Does Yours?

65 Stunning Contemporary Bathroom Design Ideas To Inspire Your Next Renovation - Gravetics

Love this small bathroom, Barn Conversion, Gloucestershire

Love this small bathroom, Barn Conversion, Gloucestershire

Industrial interiors are normally saved for loft and warehouse conversions, utilising the surroundings to make a living space that fits in with the original purpose of the building – think huge windows, exposed pipes and unfinished walls. Now the industrial look is a growing trend in many homes and commercial spaces, with many taking inspiration from ‘unfinished’ and utilitarian features and objects. Here are some of our favourite industrial interior trends…

Bathroom shower tile DIY brass wall mount sink fixture, exposed shower fixture, unique tile layout using subway tile, grey tile floor, use of some wood element.

Like this bathroom? We do too. London loft conversion company @Landmark Group (UK) LTD created an en suite bathroom to go with the new bedroom. Why would you want to leave your home?!

Like this bathroom? London loft conversion company Landmark Group (UK) LTD created an en suite bathroom to go with the new bedroom. Why would you want to leave your home?

Rectangular slate floor tiles, metro light wall tiles. Would mosaic with the metro tiles be too much?

Possible bathroom idea - Greys and blues.

Rectangular slate floor tiles, metro light wall tiles. Would mosaic with the metro tiles be too much?

Possible bathroom idea - Greys and blues.

modern meets victorian bathroom; wood-look ceramic floor tiles, green wall tile

wood-look ceramic floor tiles, green wall tile. Like continuous wall into shower colour--coordinating paint to tile

This may be a tiny bathroom but look how well the space is utilised, plus the roof window allows the light to just flood in and give more of an impact.

Stone effect tiles, exposed roof beams and storage baskets.

A Victorian terrace renovation | Real Homes

Upstairs bathroom - wood effect floor, sage green or peppermint wall tiles, metal frame French style mirror

Loft Conversions London, loft specialists

Clever use of lower height areas - hidden cistern and inset storage.

Bathroom with green walls, white subway tiles and antique vanity in a beautiful Swedish home in calm, muted tones. Entrance, Anders Bergstedt.

Sage green bathroom for guest bath

Shower wetroom in Victorian loft conversion

Shower wetroom in Victorian loft conversion slate tiles

aquamarine, teal subway tiles, walk in shower.

The 'New' Classic Metro Tile - Tile Mountain

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