We just can't decide! Let us know your thoughts below.
It would depend on the style of the rest of the house
Oooooh tough - I do love the warm feel of the traditional bathroom!
Industrial! Love it.
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Hotel/short-stay - industrial grey, Home - traditional grey
The top photo gets my vote, although I would call the top photo somewhere in between the two. It does depend on the style of the house.
Industrial. The traditional one doesn't even look grey.
I'd choose industrial.
Interesting range of comments - Is it that there is a general shift towards an industrial trend?
Topic is far too close for comfort, as I have a bathroom being tiled in a couple of days, have had tiles for a couple of months now, so doubt does set in!! A while back I probably thought I would go towards a traditional look, but looks like I have moved towards the industrial - which the family are fully supportive of - young adults and husband. Our home is . . . transitional, though I hesitate labelling it.
Also these images make me wonder if a cool grey is a more traditional look and a warm grey more representative of an industrial look or modern look?
These are my tiles:
Left pale grey/white for ensuite floor and walls, with white cabinetry work, centre mid grey for family bathroom & laundry floor, with white cabinetry work, right mid grey to darker grey for a large open plan area of kitchen/dinning/small sitting area.
They all feature flecks of whites, greys, taupes, even tans and blue greys.
I love them both but I like to merge the two together check out pics, we have recycled things from timber to tiles and made it all work from finding most out of auctions would love to know opinions . The support timber is from an old cray boat, the light fittings are from Russian jars, the jarrah bench is from a farm house and the rest of the jarrah was recycled from the original house.
Photo of tiles above, National, product name "Mash Up" the colour names are very odd!! pale tile - colour name 'Square', mid-tone - colour name 'Block', darker tone colour name - 'Road' only one that makes any sense.
(a subtitle for all seems to be Natural Square - confusing when you are ordering either a square or rectangular tile - a marketing nightmare!!)