This is mainly because we finally made a decision about tile. If you ever want to drive yourself insane, go into a tile store. Never had I ever imagined there were so many possibilities. And then when you're done picking tile, you have to pick out the grout color, which can make or break the whole look.
Here's a bathroom we used as inspiration for the look we were going for:
We knew we wanted to include a wood element to give it that spa-like retreat kinda like what is shown here. Since we're rebels, we decided not to install a tub after we removed it so this design really appealed:
We decided on this beautiful dark grey slate-like porcelain tile. (Slate and porcelain are two different types of tile - file that under useless info you do not need).
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It is this color, which I think is called midnight black, which makes me feel like a design badass.
As I've mentioned before, I can't stand when tile goes up the whole wall, so we are only going to use that in the shower wall and do a wood bench hopefully teak or a teak-like color. Maybe something like this:
The other, non-shower walls (up to around the 4-foot mark), we are going to do a grey slate. Its called Carrara White marble:
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