Blue Bathroom Design Ideas

Avalon Home

Ross Coffey
... if you have the view, use it - taina_3

Westlake Home; Owners Suite

Jason Miller, Pixelate Ltd.
Pull outs - eloise_wright

Walnut Floating Vanity

This is a custom floating, Walnut vanity. The blue tile back splash, and hanging lights complement the Walnut drawers, and give this bathroom a very modern look.

Master Bath Retreat

BAC Photography
Grey subway tiles look like a nice splash back - nz_mike_bull

Las Olas Condo

Photographer: Mariela Gutierrez
Artwork - rowena_higginson


James Maynard, Vantage Imagery
possibilty? - natrimed

Italian Modern

Mediterranean Modern
Colourful - donkeyrvm65

Summer Home

Builder: Jordyn Developments Photography: Peter A. Sellar /
shower nook concept - tracey_edmonds47

Bauhaus 1 Bathroom

Designed by Holger Hoos Design, Vancouver; realised by By Any Design (John Whipple) and Marico Renovations and Designs (Riccardo Manazza). All photos (c) Holger Hoos Design.

Traditional Master Bathroom

Normandy Designer Vince Weber was able to maximize the potential of the space by creating a corner walk in shower and angled tub with tub deck in this master suite. He was able to create the spa like aesthetic these homeowners had hoped for and a calming retreat, while keeping with the style of the home as well.

Texas Hill House Bathroom

Josh McHugh
not painted but the floor tiles are the same as ours - monsume

Bathroom Design | Calacatta Gold Marble Wall Tiles

Achieve a Royalty Look with Calacatta Gold Tiles We all have that dream home we want to have. Better yet, some of us dream of a fantastic renovation of our homes; transforms them into glossy nests we can always be glad to perch in. For those of us who are already on the way to the dream house, you probably are shopping for material to use. So how about we introduce you to the good old Calacatta Gold marble? If you are asking what that is, we can say it’s a unique way of inspiring royalty to your home using tiles. Calacatta Gold is a special stone tile mined in the hearts of Italy, on the Appian Mountains. Ever since it was discovered, it has been heavily used as a floor tile as well as wall tile, creating remarkable artistic visuals with a touch of natural gold in it. Calacatta gold tile also has one unique trait you won’t notice in most tiles; you can easily mix it with other slab colors, specifically gold extra, Calacatta Borghini, Crema and Super Extra. Calacatta gold is also one of the few tiles with a unique pencil vein detail centering the white hue background and grey veins on the tile as well. This is the perfect choice for artistic walls and floors but be sure to use the right slab colors if you want to bring in more colors; if the slab and tile don’t match in color tones then it may affect the overall look of your walls/floors. There are plenty of places in the house you can experiment with the pristine Calacatta gold tile. How about the living room wall that is a background for your TV and home theater system? Calacatta wall tile will create a covetable golden hue that will always shine before you. Moreover, you will definitely fall in love with your walls in the morning, when a streak of sunlight illuminates the golden yellows. Installing the beautiful Calacatta gold tile is a pretty easy job as well. However you just need to be careful to use white thinset instead of grey. White thinsets will absorb the trowel lines whereas grey may leave behind ugly marks which may taint the exquisite nature of the tiles. If you also want your Calacatta floor tile or wall tile to last longer make sure it is properly sealed with grout. You still have that dream home in mind? We already have you covered on the best tiles to you use. Just think Calacatta gold tile all the way, all your friends will definitely take selfies beside your shiny golden walls.

Strand Beach

Jeri Koegel Photographer