Sometimes it is good to have bugs in the bathroom

Insects are fascinating and beautiful. As a child, I spent many hours by myself observing them in remote corners of the playground & backyard (obviously, I wasn't a popular kid!) As an adult, I will be the first to admit that I don't like it when any sort of creepy- crawly gets into my home. Living insects belong outside, not on my walls! But insect art is a completely different story. More is better, as far as I am concerned. So of course I love this bathroom, with all of its charming & friendly little bugs:

Handmade Tiles Installed in Bathroom 1

First picture: 2"x2" Ladybug & Mayfly art tiles in Cinnamon glaze over the sink

Handmade Tiles Installed in Bathroom 2

A Caterpillar tile on the wall behind the door, along with a Butterfly & Honeybee.

Handmade Tiles Installed in Bathroom 3

All tiles in these photos are 2"x2" in size and glazed in Cinnamon.

Handmade Tiles Installed in Bathroom 4

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Handmade Tiles Installed in Bathroom 5

The art tiles add an unexpected & fun focal point to this tastefully decorated bathroom. Thanks so much, K.G. for sharing pictures! I love all my customers, I really do; but there is a special place in my heart for people like you who take the time to send pictures of my handmade tiles installed! It means a lot to me. Thank you.

Designer Ceramic Tile, Handmade Tile Bathroom Ideas, Handmade Tiles - , Emily Margaret Ulm


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