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    1910 gem of a Montlake Craftsman (in Seattle, WA): Upstairs bathroom with original tile and bathtub.

    Remodeled bathroom designed to the 1920's era with full height paneled wainscot and authentic hand made subway tile and crown moulding tile.

    Sometimes I want to strip the paint off my bathroom tiles and restore them to this original state.

    vintage tile craftsman bathroom

    Ceiling

    Arts & Crafts (1910-1925) design bathroom

    Master bath floor tile inspiration Photo: Mark Lohman | thisoldhouse.com | from A Bathroom Adds Light, No Windows Needed

    Bath

    Digging the retro look of the penny tiles in this bathroom. Sarah Richardson's inspiration. Look up this make-over for advice.

    Allover Wall Stencil | Lisboa Tile Stencil | Royal Design Studio

    Art Deco bathroom

    Black hexagonal tiles on floor of white and black bathroom.

    bathroom tile that looks like marble | ... magical, imaginary, non-existent, perfect tile would look like this

    Bathroom.

    Edwardian entryway with encaustic tiled floor. (encaustic: ceramic tiles in which the pattern or figure on the surface is not a product of the glaze but of different colors of clay).(Edwardian period officially 1901-1910 but up to 1919.)

    Detailed Craftsman Home....like the color combination for our craftsman. Also the porch steps.

    Raw Kitchen Design. I really like the white tiles; However I'd make the bench top marble.

    Gorgeous classic bathroom design with modern white porcelain sink with polished nickel base, white carrara marble basketweave tiles floor, glossy white subway tiles backsplash shower surround, open frameless glass shower and pendant.

    Home depot? concrete tile installed floor to ceiling! Isn't it gorgeous?! It's about $7 a square foot and it comes unsealed....I feel like I could make these with a mold and enough time though...would it be worth it to just buy them? Hmmm...

    0-013388>6""w T Mission 1-Light Hanging Wall Sconce Craftsman Brown

    Shower tile - I like the herringbone design.