Bathroom Inspiration – Green Tile, Dark Wood, Marble, Black Frames and Fixtures

July 19, 2016


Photography by Dustin Aksland


Quite often, we get contacted by people wanting to know what products have been used to achieve a certain look in a home that we’ve featured in the past, so we thought we would share with you some ideas on how to ‘get-the-look’ of this bathroom in a home designed by MADE Architecture and Elizabeth Roberts Design.


Rectangular blue/green tiles have been used in the shower and on the wall. You could use either ceramic or glass tiles to get a similar look.

Blue/green ceramic or glass tiles create a soft and relaxing look in the bathroom.

White or light gray marble for the countertop, backsplash, and flooring.

White marble is a great look for the bathroom, it helps to keep the space light and airy.

Use a dark wood, like walnut or rosewood, to achieve a similar look as the cabinet drawers, and add some minimalist drawer pulls in black.

Bathroom Idea - dark wood vanity with white marble counter and matte black hardware.

Touches of black have been used throughout the bathroom, like the shower frame and the minimalist black faucet on the vanity.

Matte black faucets add a touch of minimalism to your bathroom.

Tara Faucet from Dornbracht

There’s a black rounded edge framed mirror.

A black framed mirror with rounded edges

Black mirror from RH Teen

You can add some light with a black wall sconce with bare bulbs and touches of gold.

These black wall sconces add a hint of glam to your interior with bare bulbs and touches of gold.

Tiburon Wall Sconce by parkstudioLA

In the shower, a black rain shower head makes a statement. Other shower options to include would be a black shower caddy.

In the shower, a black rain shower head can definitely make a statement.

Shower head from Fantini

To tie in with the gold details of the wall sconce, think about grouping your hand-soap and moisturizer on a gold plate or tray.

Add a contemporary touch to your home decor with these gold trays.

Gilded platter and tray from CB2