I’m sharing all the details on our bathroom remodel tile today.
I shared our master bath reveal earlier this week, and I have gotten so many questions about our tile. I partnered with South Cypress, and I have had the best experience with them.
I knew I wanted a subway-tiled shower along with a black and white shower floor. I also knew that wood floor tiles would be perfect for the space. I began searching the South Cypress website and found so many options.
I ended up settling on the following
- Storka Segato Riverwood 6′ x 36′ – Breggia Procelain Tile
- Storka Manhattan 2″ x 2″ – Pure White Matte Hexagon Mosaic
- Storka Manhattan 2″ x 2″ – Night Matte Hexagon Mosaic
- Storka Overton 3″ x 12″ – Derby Glazed Wall Tile
I ordered samples of each of the tiles and was immediately in love.
I placed my order online, and the sales associates were really helpful with questions and helping me determine how many tiles I needed.
Shipping was fast, and the tile was delivered straight to my door (actually garage).
I only had a few tiles in one box that were damaged in delivery, and South Cypress quickly sent me the replacements.
The Segato Riverwood is so gorgeous. It has dynamic grain patterns and cross-cut texturing exquisitely mimicking the intricacies of vintage faded hardwood. The tile is Italian-made and provides the timeworn look of aged hardwood without the upkeep headaches. It was a perfect match for my gray vanities.
The Overton has a clean and classic look of subway tile but is extra special because of its handcrafted look. It adds gorgeous textures with its shine reminiscent of traditional glazed ceramic tiles.
The Manhattan provides a clean, classic look. It makes a distinctive statement in our bathroom and allowed us to create our own design.
A special thanks to South Cypress for helping me make our dream bathroom a reality!
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