BLUE & GREEN BATHROOM TILES

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My own bathroom (which you can see here) is serene with white walls, wood and brown colored floor tiles. But if I wanted to add some color to a bathroom I would definitely go for blue or sea green tiles. I love the turquoise colored tiles in this bathroom featured above! The name of tiles with this shape is fish scale tiles. The tiles in the 5th images are from Fired Earth (you can see more about this brand in this previous post). Glass mosaic tiles in various shades of blue and green are also a great option. These are available from Bisazza. You can see more blue colored Mediterenean tiles in this post.

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These tiles are from Fired Earth, you can see more in this previous post.

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Credits & source: 1. images by A. Smart for Inside Out | 2. tiles from Mutina | 3. unknown | 4. Inside Out / glass mosaic tiles from Bisazza / Paola Navone’s Paris Apartment in Cote Paris | 5. tiles from Fired Earth | 6. Christine Sheldon.

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8 Responses to BLUE & GREEN BATHROOM TILES

  1. Wow! Gorgeous! Love the tiles in the first picture!

    The Office Stylist
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  2. I love tiles, not only in the bathroom, and there are companies that have mastered the production and design so well…those tiles look stunning.

  3. Dallmayer Miriam

    hello,
    can you send me some infos about the tiles on your side?
    Thanks yours
    Miriam Dallmayer

  4. joel godolphin

    love your photos on morrocan fish tiles, am trying to source those exact tiles to make my bathroom in my new refurbishment project in st ives cornwall something really special and information would really help thanks, joel

  5. Does anybody know where the turquoise (fish scale) tiles in the first image are from? Who sells them?

  6. @Peer , try Fired Earth and these guys:
    http://www.emeryetcie.com/en/what/tiles/zelliges/examples/marrakech/la-gazelle/

    At least in the uk 🙂

  7. LOVE the blue green tiles in the first picture. Has anyone found a source for these exact tiles? Or something very like them? We would love to use them in our new home.

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