What really makes a luxury bathroom, the materials used in its manufacture. Luxury baths with plenty of marble and custom tiles for walls and floors .For this modern bathroom, the main floor is finished with polished concrete with walls painted black. The vanity drawers are finished in piano-finish white paint, with plain black solid-surface polished countertop. The “floating” mirror is framed with stainless steel brackets, and the flooring for the other side of the bathroom uses weather-proof wood decking.For the floors and the lower half of the walls, this bathroom uses cream colored ceramic tiles with ceramic tile borders in wave patterns. Wood elements in the bath are painted in white, with complementary white countertops and moldings, while the upper half of the walls are painted in “Sherwin Williams Butternut SW6389”. The ceiling is painted in a similar shade as the walls, but has interesting flourish designs.Natural stone tiles are used in the bathroom floors with accent tile design using the same material. The tiles used are unpolished / natural finish, while the walls are kept simple, painted in an off-white shade. The cabinets for the vanity are in mahogany finish with a complementary brown granite counter.This classy custom bathroom keeps it simple using small-sized glossy ceramic tiles with blue accents for its floors and walls exposed to moisture. The walls are painted in an off-white tone and the ceiling is the usual flat white paint color. The vanity counter uses white marble countertop, and all the wood materials are in natural Teak wood. A large shower features wide arched glass panes and chrome finishes.A very spacious custom bathroom which uses white 30×30 ceramic tiles in a diagonal layout. The same tiles is used for the elevated bathtub area, while the walls are painted in faux marble finish with a trompe l’oeil detailing at the ceiling area.
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