Friday, November 7, 2014

GTM :: Graphic Tile Movement



I don't know about you but I'm really feeling this one...  I typically shy away from a huge commitment like this bold tile trend but I think I could handle in it a teeny tiny bathroom that we are considering remodeling.  



To test out the theory, we've come up with two options.

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I am concerned that while I love this trend, I couldn't live with it (frequent redecorator syndrome).  This is a watered down version that could also work.



I am also jonesing for a teak bath mat style shower floor like this one.  Cool, right?



Can you handle all that pattern or do you favor simpler tile?

11 comments:

  1. Nancy I adore that first image of the powder room!
    The graphic floor makes it!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  2. Love the pattern for the floors, especially the dark versions. I remember staying at a boutique NYC hotel that had teak shower floors and they didn't wear very well - maybe there are better versions now though.

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  3. The bolder graphic tile is fantastic. How about doing it in an insert that would cover most of the center of the bathroom, with a black border and white beyond that to the baseboard? Classic, timeless way to use the pattern.

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  4. Love the movement Bethany! I want to do this so badly ... and I agree, teeny makes it better for me. Good thing I have a lot of Teeny in #projectdownsize!!

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  5. I'm always scared to get too crazy with tile, but those are quite classic looks!

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  6. I am LOVING the bold tiles right now. Paired with pretty neutrals, it makes for a stunning look!

    www.designsbykaty.com

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  7. I LOVE the bold tiles - but I am always too afraid to commit...and my husband would never go for it! Oh well, always fun to dream!
    Shelley

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  8. Bethany I could not agree more...this is exactly the type of flooring I want in my little "chapel" but also find myself clinging to the original hardwood...maybe a soon to be bathroom remodel!

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  9. I love pattern in a small bath! go for it!

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  10. On a powder room floor, I could take it for sure.

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  11. Love it both ways but for my home, simpler is better since I might get tired of the pattern easily.

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