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Help with coordinating Shower tile, floor tile and granite

Posted by luvpatch (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 24, 13 at 14:12

Hi! I am needing advice on coordinating tiles in a master bath redo. I have chosen my shower tile which is shown in the picture but shown on a floor. I will be using smaller sizes of this tile for the shower. Should I use the same tile for floor OR use a lighter coordinating color with the shower tile used as accent tiles The shower area is a small room off the the vanity area but you can see it from the vanity. My paint color for the walls is Verdigris by Behr which is a spa blue color. The cabinets will be the antique cream with cocoa glaze. I tried to download pic of paint colors but it would not let me do a second pic for some reason. Then any suggestions for the granite countertops so it doesn't clash? Do I want a solid color or one with a little bit of a pattern? Any suggestions would be great! I am not good at coordinating things and I can't afford to hire a designer. Thanks for the help!


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RE: Help with coordinating Shower tile, floor tile and granite

That's pretty tile.

How about doing a border in a grey color around the perimeter and this tile in the field of the bathroom floor?

You could do a warm light bronze-ish color for the granite, similar to the color of the tile in the bottom right of this image, or do a silvery color granite. I personally would want to choose a very quiet, solid-color granite if at all possible because this tile is rather busy.


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