Brass & Herringbone oozes elegance.

Herringbone tile, brass, ledge below the mirror. Don't like the wall mounted faucet - would be too much of a pain to change out later if tastes change.

DeGournay

Anything but bland: non-white bathroom inspiration: Pretty to the max, a clawfoot bath tub is the perfect foil to exquisite green de Gournay handpainted wallpaper.

Black is going to be a big decorating trend in and we love this take with floral patterned tile!

Concrete tiles + Venetian plaster wall = strong contender for most beautiful shower ever. Ellie Horwell Roche's house via Design*Sponge.

A detail from Carlo Mollino’s bathroom in Turin, Italy from Modern Originals.

Tour the Homes of 13 Design Icons

a way to turn back the clock on an bathroom? tile up with La Paz talavera tile - heavy pattern and alternate painted trim. Orig:A detail from Carlo Mollino’s bathroom in Turin, Italy

A cosy country farmhouse with modern interiors. Photography by Anson Smart. Styling by Jono Fleming. From the April 2017 issue of Inside Out Magazine. Available from newsagents, Zinio, https://au.zinio.com/magazine/Inside-Out-/pr-500646627/cat-cat1680012#/, Google Play, https://play.google.com/store/newsstand/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, Apple’s Newsstand,https://play.google.com/store/newsstand/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, and Nook.

A cosy country farmhouse with modern interiors. Photography by Anson Smart. Styling by Jono Fleming. From the April 2017 issue of Inside Out Magazine. Available from newsagents, Zinio,

Gallery of Anston Architectural / Dan Gayfer Design - 6

Framed shower - Image 6 of 13 from gallery of Anston Architectural & Dan Gayfer Design. Photograph by Dean Bradley

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A scandi home with pastel touches (Daily Dream Decor)

Badeværelse inspo

Tile the Shower

PIN Industrial piping against a bold green pattern. Bohemian pattern on the tiles gives atmosphere to the space.

Marmoreal: an engineered marble designed by Max Lamb and produced by Dzek.

Marmoreal

Marmoreal, this large aggregate pre-cast marble terrazzo is composed of four classical Italian marbles. British designer Max Lamb designed this mesmerizing

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