So yesterday I almost swallowed a bug. Almost swallowing a bug is worse than actually swallowing a bug because instead of being gone in an instant there is at least a millisecond where something with six legs is trapped between your tongue and your teeth while your brain tries to process the fact that water should not be crunchy.
This relates to my bathroom floor tile because I really need to not live in a garage anymore.
In order to move into the house I need to have a toilet. And in order to have a toilet I need to have tile in the master bathroom.
Look what I found!
I don’t know if I’m completely in love with it, but it’s got a stone look in neutral gray browns and I’m not sure if I can ask for anything more than that. All the actual slate I looked at was too blue or too colorful.
Here’s what this Marazzi tile looks like on the floor…
I added a couple of other elements I’ll be using in the master bath into the equation, and came up with this:
That’s rustic walnut for the cabinetry, Venetian bronze fixtures from Delta Faucets, natural fiber rugs, and Kohler Escale sinks to match the swimming pool uh, bath tub.
The only real concern I have with the tile is that it only comes in 9″ or 16″ squares, when I was really hoping for large rectangles to lay in a brickwork pattern. Here’s what the main floor space looks like from the shower (to the left) and closet (to the right) looking through to the tub and fireplace.
What do you think… large tiles on the diagonal? Small tiles in a brickwork pattern? Keep looking?