More bathroom updates

Ok, so here’s the tile selection so far:

So, now the drama is the floor tiles. Grey? (to match the vanity?) or black? (too dark) – white – too bright! What? ideas? Help! The other issue is what’s available. Everything is these earthy (NON-50’s) tones that are NOT us. Frankly anything esle is really hard to find.

Keep in mind we’re doing this this month – so we don’t have 60-90 days OR unlimited funds to get tile.

Budget. Time issues.

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