Fitzroy North House

Dark floor tiles laid in a herringbone pattern wrap up the shower wall and into the skylight over the shower. Timber joinery , marble benchtop, full height mirror and Venetian plaster add contrast and warmth to the bathroom.

Thank you for all the interest in the tile. It's called Mountains Black (600x75mm) and is supplied by Perini Tiles Bridge Rd Richmond, Melbourne Victoria Australia

Image by: Jack Lovel Photography

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Tile Ideas to Make a Small Bathroom Feel Bigger23 January 2019

2. Direct the eyeA chevron or herringbone pattern can make a room appear bigger, as the shapes move the eye along the surfaces.In this bathroom, the tiles lead the way along the floor and up the wall to make the space feel longer and taller.Know your tile pattern

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Studio Nish Interior Design added this to Coral Drive Master Bath3 days ago

DN: Example of a two-tone shower. The floor could be treated this way or differently.

Kellee O'Brien added this to En-suite Ideas - New5 days ago

Wall to ceiling transition of herringbone

Kandice Watson added this to Bathroom Zen6 days ago

interesting and different concept

danalanham added this to My Bathroom Plan26 July 2020

Love the shower, only in white - but if we do chevron on the floor, would want simple parallel white subway in shower.

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