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San Francisco Bay-area designer Kriste Michelini uses tile to create a divide between the wet and dry areas of the bathroom. She frequently experiments with unique combinations of tile and uses various tile shapes in the same marble material to create a sense of infinite space.


Bathroom Tile Designs

This marble bath is pretty exquisite, yes? It’s very Lisa Vanderpump if you ask me.


Floor & Wall

13 Responses

  1. Sara M says:

    Don't want to have to keep the glass door clean of water spots all the time, I'd go with frosted glass in "real life" although that wouldn't work so well for the photograph.

  2. Dana says:

    Get with the program people – this bath does NOT have too much white. It is elegant and classic … timeless. That is what sets it apart from baths 'most' people have in their homes. When a bath is done well it doesn't need color.

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