PATTERN PLAY

Don’t take this the wrong way - we love a nice, white, subway-tiled bath - but these new takes on tiles have given the timeless go-to a run for its money. 

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A Knotting Hill bath is wrapped with a graphic, geometric tile and topped off with brass accents. Take a peek at how this tile continues throughout the space. You can snag a similar look with tiles by Heath Ceramics.

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Traditional Moroccan-inspired tiles are paired with washed-out hues of emerald to create a subtle - but still stimulating - take on an often bold pattern. Head over to New Ravenna and see more of their stunning line, Aurora. 

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This bath is all about the details. The limited color palette by Elite Tile serves to emphasize the contrasting hex and herringbone patterns and effortlessly creates bold, graphic planes of interest.

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Marrakech hex tile gives a streamlined, understated bath the perfect pop of playfulness.

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Sometimes a little bit goes a long way. Offsetting bright, punchy tile from the wall with a border of a more traditional format tile offers the right amount of color without overwhelming an otherwise minimal space. Browse more of this home that’s not afraid of color here