This is the 3rd and final bathroom in the house, we promise!
Again, as was the case for the 2nd and 3rd floor bathrooms, we didn’t have enough tile for the master bathroom. This time, it’s probably our fault. We asked how much tile was needed for the shower, but we never asked how much tile was needed for the bathtub. Of course, we were only 10 sq ft short and of course, our tile supplier just sold the last 150 sq ft of her stock a few days before.
Hmm…do we sense a trend?
What we ended up doing was ordering the same stone tile but in white. We are trying to merge our original design inspirations (these):
So what we did was order white stone tile exactly like the out-of-stock grey we already have. We though about white glass tile but Micah like the stone better. Like the sunset picture, we’re doing a strip of white (blue in their case) down the center of the showerhead wall. We also repeat the look on the adjacent tub. We decided to make the shower floor white too.
We are using the white tile in a vertical design and the grey in a horizontal one. The colors should be different enough (they don’t look that way in the pictures).
We could have waited for more grey tile, but it we wouldn’t get it until after our scheduled move-in date. The stone tile is a risky move. It could look really amazing or completely out of place or both. Only time will tell.