It can be a bit nerve racking picking tiles, so today I want to inspire you and share our three boy’s bathrooms using Jeffrey Court from The Home Depot.
WHAT IS FARMHOUSE STYLE?
First, what is modern farmhouse style? It’s a contemporary twist of the classic American farmhouse. It uses clean lines while incorporating industrial and vintage elements, creating a cozy, charming home.
With this in mind, I searched for classic shapes, organic materials and neutral colors. This not only will appeal to the style but still keep the spaces timeless.
Jeffrey Court’s line of tiles will bring the farmhouse look to life. Below are the choices I made from their amazing selection.
For our son Cameron, I chose this sharp black stone for the floor and shower pan named Midnight Hex. The shape and slight white veining adds character. The grout color is pewter.
For his shower we went with this modern chevron design named Crystal Canyon. We used a dark gray grout named Delorean. It elevated the tiles pattern and makes it pop. Nothing says farmhouse like the combination of black and white.
For Landon’s bathroom I chose to go lighter on the floor and moodier in the shower.
The intricate design, combination of shapes and different stones make Locket a winner! To compliment the floor I went with Basalt Herringbone. I’m so in love with the sultry color and herringbone pattern. I chose Delorean grout for the floor and Pewter grout for the shower. Mixing the hex with the herringbone created so much visual interest that I love!
Our youngest son Tanner has a interesting layout. I took advantage of it using 3×6. Basalt tile in a herringbone pattern on the floor and behind his vanity up the wall. Talk about making a statement!
For the shower I went with Dream Hex, a stone tile. I chose charcoal grout to make the pattern stand out. The combination of the 3×6 Basalt and Dream Hex looks so good! Don’t be afraid to mix shapes and patterns, just keep it in the same color family.
Make sure you seal your stone tiles before grouting to prevent staining. Natural stones are very porous.
Where did you source your bathroom vanity? And what kind of sink are you going with?
The vanity is from Kith Kitchens and it is natural oak with a vintage glaze.
Rhonda Albert says
How is the Jeffrey Court hexagon tile holding up for the bathroom floor? I’m planning to use it on our bathroom floor. I see you used pewter color grout. Has it held up as well? Was it a polyblend?