Since they are secondary bathrooms, I really want to keep the look neutral and timeless (and budget-friendly). Based on the images I've been pinning, it's obvious I have a strong preference -- I am heavily leaning towards mostly white bathrooms bathed (no pun intended) in white subway tile.
I can't decide whether or not I like the look of the tile on the ceiling -- I've been waffling. I do for sure like the look of the dark grout on the floor.
Bringing in a few hints of black could help break up the white. I like the simple thin black trim in the shower here. I'm not a huge fan of the dark fixtures -- seems a touch heavy for me, but some polished nickel would do the trick.
This bathroom still has the subway tile, but I am digging the dark floor and dark gray vanity. (Maybe we do something like this in the guest bathroom; and something more along the lines of the others in the jack-and-jill?)
This shower a great way to keep an all white tile space interesting -- use different sizes of tile with some well-placed trim pieces. I am really loving this look (and the fixture is fabulous too).
Speaking of fabulous fixtures, this bathroom is amazing. White, black and brass -- yes, please! Of course, our guest showers aren't that luxurious, but maybe we could do something similar. I absolutely love this look.
We were supposed to go check out various tile options this past weekend, but poor Justin ended up with a stomach virus Friday night (complete with a trip to the ER for IV fluids). We first thought it was food poisoning, but it was definitely a stomach virus because I caught it Sunday night. I also ended up with my own trip to the ER. Thankfully, Justin and I are both on the mend.
But back to the guest bathrooms . . . Part of me thinks I should branch out from the white subway tiles since it's in our master shower and our kitchen backsplash, but it works so darn well. I hate to mix up what I already know I like. What do you think?