As you put the finishing touches on your bathroom remodeling project, you may start to see a few gaps in your interior design that may need some subtle changes. One area that could use an aesthetic boost is the space between your mirror and the counter top of your bathroom vanity. With a blank gap in between these two bathroom accessories, mosaic tile could be the ideal way to introduce complementary colors, according to Better Homes and Gardens.
While these tiles can be a wonderfully effective means of incorporating new and dynamic hues into your space, you don't want to relegate them to one area of the bathroom. After you've finished decorating the area underneath your mirror, consider adding a small border of tile to the inside of your shower to coordinate colors.
Mosaic tile is also a great way to set the color palette for small accents like towels, paint color and other attractive focal points. Best of all, they are inexpensive additions that can make a space feel far more luxurious.
Bright and bold colors will feel right at home in your redesigned space, and tile is a fabulous way to blend them together. What bathroom features can be spruced up with the addition of mosaic tile?
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