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
What Houzz contributors are saying:
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
The advantages of marbleMarble is very easy to work with. It is a softer stone that can be milled, machined and tumbled, which means it can have multiple uses. Marble can be used as full slabs of marble for walls, counters and flooring, and then as smaller pieces for cornice and door casing details.