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Tuesday
Apr012008

When white tile is right tile


"I'm Lucy from The Design Files in Melbourne... I am writing with a request for you guys... I am renovating my bathroom. It is on the small side and we're doing a complete makeover (ie new EVERYTHING!) as it's in a pretty bad state! We are also incorporating the laundry into the bathroom concealed behind cupboard doors. I need inspiration! Mainly I am torn when it comes to tiles - I am leaning towards dark charcoal tiles on the floor and white on the walls... but my partner says white is boring. I tend to agree but the room is small and I just feel it would brighten it up and make it feel bigger. Blah. I would love some inspiration if you have time to round up some images of contemporary bathrooms!!!" Lucy I thought I'd start with some white tile bathrooms, all small and contemporary, not always with dark floors but all very affordable and stylish. Give me a break though. It took me forever to find enough pictures. All my files are stuffed with colour! More of those in the future. Today it's all about white is right!

Lisa Cohen PhotographerWolveridge Architects
Bolig Magasinetifi.no
Modern LivingLuce Et Studio
Cossman DebruynHulya Kolabas Photography
James Shanks PhotographyStargo
Pappas MironLucinda Symons Photography

Reader Comments (2)

JO THANKKKKKYOU! Yay! I was so excited to see this post! Great timing... The plumber comes this Friday and the deadline to buy the tiles is looming... I really appreciate your help!

I found it impossible to find clean white contemporary bathroom reference on the net... don't know how you do it! Thanks a million! I will keep you posted with our progress...

1 Apr 2008 | Unregistered CommenterLucy

white tile is always the right tile in my books!

3 Apr 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJessica Claire

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