Sunday, February 6, 2011

Mid century bathroom tile

Notice the Mid century modern abstract tile pattern in the bathroom.

Notice the Lovely shag rug...

I would  never have the guts to put 3 different tile patterns in one bathroom, but it works.



Credits: Pink plastic sink and toilet by Eagle I think. It came with the house. Beige tub by Tomy smaller homes.

Cheers! C

10 comments:

diepuppenstubensammlerin said...

...coincidences...I just posted a bath wondering about the fashion of small tiles...
By the way, wonderful, the pattern.

Rapunzel said...

wow, great tiles! it´s a wonderful bathroom.
lg
rapunzel

My Realitty said...

Hi D., Tile in that period was innovative. It is cool to see it memorialized in miniature. C

My Realitty said...

Wow can I tell my granddaughter Rapunzel read my blog! ;) C

Shale said...

It is cool, but don't let your dolls drink too much. It would be bad to be in there with a serious hangover. Lol
Susan

My Realitty said...

LOL Naughty, naughty. C

Ann said...

The patterned tiles are pretty sweet! I'd love something like that in my own bathroom, but I don't have the guts to do it!

plumbing said...

Tile part of the wall in an interesting design to create a feature wall. This would create a focal point that draws the eyes of guests and helps to anchor the overall look of the bathroom. A strip of brightly colored tiles place in the midst of bare walls can create a striking appeal that accentuates the structure of the room.

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Becca@Carpet Cleaning In Perth said...

Truly amazing work of arts... even your own bathroom can go back in time by using this kind of Mid century modern abstract tile pattern... two thumbs up!