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Master bath - ming green marble and porcelain wood tile

Posted by lzhwong (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 16:27

Do you think these colors work? I was thinking of doing a light wood porcelain tile in a herringbone pattern for the floor. I don't think the tile I chose is exactly right - maybe a little darker or more gray? For the shower, I was planning on doing ming green marble in a hex for the floor and a combination of white subway tile and the ming green horizontal tile. Any ideas on a good pattern? I also plan on putting white subway tile on the shower ceiling.

The vanities will be white, countertop still undecided but leaning towards a white marble like quartz? Possibly silestone lagoon or something similar. There will also be white batten board around the perimeter of the bathroom.

Thank you for your help!


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RE: Master bath - ming green marble and porcelain wood tile

I like this tile design in the shower and was thinking I can do the ming brick pattern tile on the bottom with white subway on top and some ming pencil border up top. Any thoughts on how this would look? Another idea is to do all white subway with a thick ming tile border.

I don't want to use ming marble tile on the floors. I would like to use some sort of porcelain tile for ease of cleaning and also since it is more budget friendly. Any suggestions other than the wood porcelain tile?


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