Are yall tired of hearing about tile yet? Well, it's a big decision and night easily changeable sooooo we are taking are sweet time figuring it out.
But first, we have to figure out where to put a swing on our porch. This is the look we want -
The pink dot below is what we are thinking with it facing the same way as the arrow. Thoughts? Any other places you think it should go? The left side jet out off the porch is a grilling station and the right side is a fireplace. I'm thinking it shouldn't go by the grill and we won't want it to block views of our backyard too much.
We revisited DalTile yesterday and had to pick out new master bath, guest bathroom and laundry room tile because we were way over budget.
This is what we are thinking possibly for the master bath. It's oversized gray subway tile but it has a neat pattern in it too that is pretty subtle. We would lay it vertically which could be interesting. And the glass honeycomb for the floor and possibly the ceiling if we do a steam shower. We like that the subway and glass (it wouldn't be slippery) are super low maintenance unlike marble which we have now. We are also thinking about hardwood floors in the bathroom.
The tile on the top with the lines running through it is what we may use on the guest bathroom floor with the marble look below it in the shower in 12x24 horizontal. The right two samples are options for our laundry room. The dark gray brick look we may end up doing in a mud room in a herringbone pattern and then use the lighter gray (and cheaper) tile for in the laundry room.
1. Would you do hardwoods in a master bathroom? I just like that they break up an all gray bathroom which is what we have now and I don't like how light the floors are - they show everything. I know wet things and hardwoods don't mesh but isn't that what bath mats are for? Plus, we have hardwoods in the kitchen and there are wet things there.
2. Would you do the above dark gray brick-like tile in a mudroom which adjoins the kitchen hardwoods? We do have a pocket door between the rooms but I bet it'll always be open. Or would you just use the hardwoods in a mudroom?