After the granite tour yesterday, I drove down the road and stopped in a large flooring store.
I wanted to peruse their tile department because it’s time to purchase tile for the guest bedroom bath. This bathroom–the smallest of three–will be the first functioning bathroom (I am so looking forward to the day when it’s finished)!
It’s a small bathroom which doesn’t have enough space for a small vanity so I chose a Duravit wall-mounted sink. A pedestal sink would have been another option for the small space but by getting a wall-mounted sink it allowed for more space. I’m not fretting about limited space because it’s a guest bath which luckily is a full bath and not a 1/2 bath.
Subway tile will be ideal for this bathroom and it’s what I had in mind all along. So when I was in the store, and I turned a corner looking at a variety of displays, I saw Walker Zanger subway tile in pastel blue mounted on a wall. I instantly knew it was the subway tile I was looking for with its irregular wavy, old world look that I love, and it’s super glossy too.
Or I could choose classic and timeless white subway tile and use dark gray grout to make it pop. By choosing white, it will make the bathroom appear bigger.
If I chose white subway tile I would choose a classic black and white hexagon tile floor.