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Bathroom Design Headache

Posted by JaneyKH (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 13, 13 at 8:20

Hope someone can help with this one. I was aiming for a nautical theme in our bathroom with blue tiles for the floor and ceramic off white tiles on the wall which have a blueish vein in them. They look lovely but we ideally want granite to go around the bath and on units and cannot agree on what will match. White looks wrong as cannot match the wall tiles. Thinking that only option is to go for black and contrast completely. Units will be oak. Help?

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RE: Bathroom Design Headache

Have you looked at recycled glass countertops?

They can fit your theme yet not be so over-the-top to go overboard.

The oak vanity? It sounds out of place if it'll be a traditional stained oak. Whitewashed oak maybe? Or a vanity painted a light pastel color?

Good luck with your project!

RE: Bathroom Design Headache

Why not a blue granite if you can coordinate it with your floor color (or pick a granite and wait on the floor tile until you have it, then coordinate it with the granite).

Here is a link that might be useful: Blue Granite ideas

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