Bathroom Design Ideas with Green Tile
New bathroom to existing terrace house - Randwick, Sydney.
Walls and curved ceiling white glass mosaics - Feature wall custom made tiles designed in cooperation with Anchor Ceramics.
Bath tub Parisi Onda.
Pan free standing bath mixer and spout (Zucchetti)
Parisi Tondo hand held shower
Custom made timber vanity
Towel rack from small spaces, Randwick
Floor tiles: Tiles by Kate – Marble 15mm thick, 400 x 800mm
Photo by Kat Lu
Stunning splash back! - jackiejonesinteriordesign
Nice colour but want to tone in with my dark blue and turq tile with hint of terracotta orange - deirdre_foot
I ran with a green tone throughout the bathroom, starting with a two-pack polyurethane vanity colour in Dulux Olive Leaf, which was used for the mirrored cabinet. This then led to the selection of a green-toned mosaic-marble tile for the main wall in the shower. - muritaigirl
© Itsuka Studio
Green backsplash of the walls give the bathroom a very edgy and homely vibe - webuser_284533457
Continuing on from past works at this beautiful and finely kept residence, Petro Builders was employed to install a glass-walled lift and bathroom extension. In a simultaneously bold and elegant design by Claire Stevens, the new work had to match in seamlessly with the existing house. This required the careful sourcing of matching stone tiles and strict attention to detail at both the design and construction stages of the project.
From as early as the demolition and set-out stages, careful foresight was required to work within the tight constraints of this project, with the new design and existing structure offering only very narrow tolerances. True to form, our site supervisor Stefan went above and beyond to execute the project.
layout - webuser_46106232023
After completing their gorgeous Asian style kitchen remodel in 2017, these homeowners tackled their master bath with walk-in shower and closet. The vertical grained melamine cabinetry in "Silver Elm" by Ultracraft is highlighted with a variety of glass and pebble tiles and leathered limestone counters.
Jade green encaustic tiles teamed with timeless victorian chequer tiles and smoke-grey granite and carrara marble add punch to this guest bathroom.
This was entirely re-modelled from what was once a beige cracked porcelain tiled bathroom.
Photography courtesy of Nick Smith