Trends in Action: Mediterranean Bath

Using today's latest trends, designer Angela Goldthwaite takes a bathroom from boring to beautiful.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionOld World Mediterranean
The bathroom in this new home lacks originality and a personal style of its own, so it is out with the new and in with classic Old World Mediterranean charm.

Slightly different shades of natural stone tile, a key component in Old World style, cover the floors, walls and vanity. The 16-inch tiles on the floor make the space seem larger. Six-inch tile is wrapped around the case molding and base boards. The tile on the vanity is seamlessly continued up the walls to the ceiling. The borders around the built-in his-and-her mirrors are made from a sculptured bronze tile.

Makeover Resources
bathroom sinks: Moen – #S411
tub faucet: Moen – #S214
shower faucet: Moen – #S313
towel rings: Moen – #YB9886CH
towel bar: Moen – YB9822CH
robe hook: Moen – YB9803CH
paper holder: Moen – YB9808CH
glass shelf: Moen – YB9899CH
tile: Louisville Tile Distributors and Renaissance Tile and Bath
vessels sinks: Link A Sink – Round Venetian Glass - V012
drain stoppers: Link A Sink – Metal and Cloisonné D306
faux finishing: The Quotable Wall
wall sconces: Kichler - #6335