Bathroom Backsplash Beauties
When designing a beautiful and inspiring backsplash, colorful mosaic tiles and travertine reign supreme.
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November 25, 2014
This Asian-inspired bathroom features a mosaic tiled wall done in pale peach, copper and bronze. Designer Joseph Pubillones enhances the color palette with a floating vanity and basin to create a light, airy feeling.
Clean and Bright
For a sleek, contemporary backsplash, designer Andreas Charalambous paints the wall behind the vanity a light blue. Glass is placed on top to protect the wall, as well as add a subtle shine.
Mix contemporary with natural elements. Designer Beth Haley creates the perfect balance of both styles by combining a mosaic limestone backsplash with a custom stainless steel vanity and sleek hardware.
Designed by Lori Gilder, a classic master bathroom features a pale blue mosaic tiled backsplash, which is combined with muted lighting, minimal furnishings and exposed plumbing to create a relaxing refuge.
RMSer Ida does a complete remodel of her master bathroom with custom cabinetry, cream countertops and mosaic tile mirrors. For a unique and rustic backsplash, she uses travertine subway tiles.
Tone on Tone
For high impact, bring the backsplash up to the ceiling and on surrounding walls. Mosaic tiles in tones of brown add drama and interest to the 2009 HGTV Green Home's powder room.
The bathroom is perfect for creating ultimate luxury. For this lavish bathroom, designer Christopher Grubb creates an eye-catching backsplash with woven marble.
Save money by choosing a classic, inexpensive tile and adding a splash of color with a more decorative option. RMSer LMalanca designs a backsplash of Turkish Walnut travertine accented with glass mosaic tile to complete her traditional bathroom renovation.