Scarlett Johansson’s seamless tile trick creates a cinematographic impression in her bathroom

Scarlett Johansson is naturally associated with the silver screen – thanks to Black Widow and most recently Asteroid City, to name only a few of her starring roles. But what if we were to say that her bathroom is also cinematic? The space in question served as a backdrop to Scarlett, who revealed her favorite summer skincare product.


Scarlett is filmed in front of what appears to be her shower, complete with purple-gray bathroom tiles that cover the entire wall. However, they don’t stop there. Instead, they continue onto the ceiling, creating a cocooning, contemporary atmosphere in the entire room.

This contemporary aesthetic is described as cinematographic by those in the know but what makes it so striking? Design experts say the secret is in the tile’s reflective abilities.

There are atmospheric purposes to having continuing wall tiles onto the ceiling in bathrooms, particularly as tiles can reflect the room’s lighting extremely well begins Premier Porcelain’s founder Richard Mann.

If you’ve got colored or atmospheric bathroom lighting, having the same tiles on the ceiling will reflect the light back down onto the floor, creating a cinematographic or dramatic impression. It also makes for a cozy atmosphere despite being an intimate and private room.

Richard Mann is the founder and owner of bathroom company Premier Porcelain  and has over 38 years within the tile industry. With a keen eye for design and a passion for innovation, Richard transformed his company into a market leader renowned for its exceptional indoor tiles while establishing himself as an authority on bathroom interior design.

If you have elegant or unique appliances in the bathroom, such as a walk-in shower  or a large bathtub, having continuous tiling can only emphasize their comfort and security. And there is even more to this trick than its atmospheric good looks.



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