In the shower, sandblasted wall tiles, Tessera Matte Aqua from Urban Archaeology, were chosen to evoke sea glass. Sink, Waterworks. Sconces, Vaughan. The wood floor is painted in Tidewater by Sherwin-Williams. -
Fascinating fact: Nearly 3,000 years ago on the island of Crete, the original version of a clawfoot tub was first created. At five feet long, the tub was made of a hard clay material and looked much like the 19th-century clawfoot tub. Good design lasts forever, and this tub is no exception.
This bathroom is a great example of combining rustic with elegance. Adding a simple black and white animal art print to the wall near your tub, would bring a rustic, outdoor accent to the space. A botanical/fern print would also work well.
A great way to really modernise subway tiles is to lay them in a herringbone pattern. Here the pattern is accentuated with black grout for greater contrast. We love how they have extended the tiles below the cabinet as well.