bath design, color, colorful bath, delpha, iridescent, minimal, modern, moroccan, mosaic tile, paint, personal taste, real estate, resale value

colorful bath by delpha

being a homeowner is a big deal (for those who aren’t wealthy.) building and remodeling decisions are always made with a blend of personal taste and resale value in mind. unforch, the end product can sometimes be tasteful, but lack any kind of design punch.

one must be particularly careful when selecting bath fixtures. in my experience, going a bit m0dern and minimalist is the best route. however, when i saw the delpha baths below (with gorgeous iridescent sparkly mosaic tiles), i admit i was rethinking.

they are clearly not for the faint of color. they are bold and say something very specific about color and design yet some how the rarely-seen-in-the-bath colors become less brash with the correct selection of wall color and tiles (metioned above.) the actual porcelain fixtures remain white, which brings us back to personal taste and resale value. if, in a fit of insanity, someone felt as though they needed an all white bath, they could paint, remove tile and refinish the face of the cabinets. listen, after i’ve banked the money for the house, i don’t care what the next person does! 

“attention to detail…vanities…cabinets inspire the bold designs, fabulous tiling, and other themes…Moroccan style bathroom featuring vanities in wenge wood and glossy blackcurrant…also comes in brilliant oranges and pinks…” 



2 thoughts on “colorful bath by delpha

  1. I would need brighter lipstick if this was my bathroom! but fun.

    In different photos, the drawer is different colors? How did you do that? In Adobe Photoshop or in reality?


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