At this colorful Swedish prefab, six-inch-square blue tiles cover the walls and floor of the upstairs bathroom. The towels and rug are also by H&M Home.
The sunniness of this London terrace house's bathroom is emphasized by the use of buttery yellow Zellige tiles and coordinating curtain fabric. The siding of the bathtub and the built in shelves are made from the same hardwearing salvaged hardwood as the kitchen surfaces.
For the master bath, the residents of this midcentury Washington house wanted a splash of color: sea green concrete Moroccan tiles with geometric designs. The paper lanterns are also a clear homage to the building’s Japanese inspirations.
At this warehouse renovation in Brooklyn, the bathroom tiles were a point of contention: the client wanted Mexican tiles, while the architect favored a bare-bones, Donald Judd-like approach in keeping with the warehouse experience.
The compromise was that they used industrial sinks and designed the stainless-steel hardware to be as utilitarian as possible, and commissioned a set of plain tiles with a strict color palette of five yellows, five blues and five whites.
Architect Barbara Bestor reworked the bathroom in the midcentury modern home of Los Angeles painter Francesca Gabbiani and artist, musician, and deejay Eddie Ruscha, outfitting the space in Granada tile.
At this Rhode Island vacation home, the second-floor bathroom's colorful Tex tiles from Mutina sport an array of different textures for a unique tactile experience.