Gray shower tile

Shower area tiled with elegant gray tile looks really stylish and respectable. Of course, you need to do it wisely and with all responsibility of a good homeowner. Although, gray shower can look too boring and dull, so we need to avoid it. For that, there are many solutions. Firstly, you can play on difference in textures and subtle game of shades. For example, you can use two (or more) shades of gray or two completely different colors to make beautiful contrast. For instance, gray subway tiles perfectly fit marble slates.

Secondly, you can use tile of one shade but different materials and designs. Thus, it will add certain uniqueness and zest to your bathroom. If you have both shower booth and bathtub it’s a great way to emphasize shower area with gray tile and give the rest of the room some other decoration. Either way, gray shower tile is a perfect solution to make your bathroom look one-of-a-kind. If you don’t believe us, believe these photo ideas below!

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2 Comments
  1. Sam

    In my opinion, these baths a little gloomy. Making beautiful, but lacks the colorful flowers, or just more bright colors. May be now it is a new trend, but I kind of style is not quite like it.

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    1. Kriz

      Berenice I am not familiar with the docrtine of Eternal Recurrence. It seems it would be something to avoid if one were to resign oneself to eternal repetition. Therefore, I can see no reason it would be embraced. (Of course, I am assuming that most religions and philosophical docrtines are usually embraced for hope rather than despair.). (Of course, too, I am assuming that eternal ecurrence would be eternally BORING .)Rather, I look at this poem and sentiment as having been written by one who is anything BUT boring and would not abide that in herself. She has lived past lives . I believe that or choose to. (I obviously do not know her and you most likely know her.You have the advantage over me; but I am, nonetheless, pleased with this piece of poetry!). I am going to look up your own, too, dear lady.Now, I must haul my bohemian ass off to the farm. There is about four hundred acres more corn which needs shelling (GMO stuff. My cousins and I have pledged to plant at least a hundred acres of non-GMO next year for certified milling for human consumption. I think there is a market demand!)

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