Decisions, Decisions: Shower Tile
The basement bathroom floor is tiled, and it was a bit of a hit, thanks to all the Pinterest traffic and repins. Keep it coming!
If you missed it check it out here.
It’s time for the final push – tiling the shower. This is really an exciting step because it will add a full bath to our house. Doubling the number of bathrooms will be more convenient and hopefully a great selling point when we are ready to move on.
Remember, we started out with an unfinished basement, and we are so close to actually finishing a project! Most of the projects we start get to 80% finished before I get bored and more on to the next new exciting task. So it’s taking all my self-control to work on the basement before tearing into kitchen.
Let the planning begin.
I popped into the Tile Shop a while ago and was mostly distracted by gorgeous tile for other projects. Go figure. I did find some inspiration for the bathroom though.
I am loving this for the laundry room floor. The floor slopes to the drain, so we need to use a small tile that will work with the slope:
Then I saw some tile that would be perfect for the main bath remodel. Although, this project isn’t in the works at all…..yet.
Marble hex or basket weave is perfect for the main upstairs bath. The basement bath needs something a little more contemporary and mainstream, while staying traditional. I like white subway tile quite a bit. These displays are getting pretty close to what I have in mind:
I would like to bring in the Tiffany blue wall color and the wood floor though. Maybe white subway with blue glass accents? I like the use of color in the display below. Maybe something similar.
What do you think? Thoughts?