In this gorgeous bathroom, the wall is covered in what looks like Calcutta marble, the bathroom fixtures and shower enclosure ring are in antique brass finish.
One of the most classic looks in design is the combination of white marble bathrooms with brass fixtures. Of course this is subjective, but when talking about contrasts with harmonious combination, white marble and brass is one of the tops. Brass is one of those elements in interior design that goes well with many other materials and stones. For example in these images here included, you'll see white tiles contrasting with brass as well because it's not only a more affordable option but it's also very striking one as well. One of the things I miss the most from home is my white marble bathroom that we had just finished remodeling. I covered the walking shower walls and floor in Calacatta slab and hexagon tiles respectively. I personally prefer the golden toned veins in Calacatta marble to the blue-grey and busier ones found in the more popular Carrara. One thing I would've loved to do though was to add brass fixtures for a more classy look. It's a metal that I covet all my life especially when the brass is in unpolished or brushed finish.
A small wall mounted sink outfitted with brushed brass fixture against square white tiles looks refreshing and refined at the same time, via House and Home.
Tiles by Made a Mono.
Bathroom with a very global feel in it.
Mosaic floor and a marble carved tub against marble walls contrast perfectly with the brass fixtures.
Two types of brass finish, one that looks polished and one antiqued.
via Domaine Home
John Derian bathroom