1960's HouseCoastal Bathroom, Kent

Lara Jane Thorpe Photography

Inspiration for a beach style bathroom in Kent with an alcove bath and blue walls. —  Houzz
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jmm499 wrote:14 September 2016
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    Gabriel Holland Interior Design
    8 months ago

    Hello Melissa & Paul - yes it is gorgeous. It is called Steel V by UK brand Paint & Paper Library. Many thanks Gabriel

  • PRO
    8 months ago

    Brilliant! Thank you for sharing.

Louise Taylor wrote:13 March 2015
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    Gabriel Holland Interior Design
    5 years ago
    You're welcome and best of luck with your project.
  • janeleason
    2 years ago
    How would you suggest we remove this false looking wood panel from the walls of our hall stairs and landing they are about 1 metre up the wall
    I would think 1930/40ish
    Thank you
annsproson wrote:10 May 2015
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    Gabriel Holland Interior Design
    5 years ago
    It is Steel V by a company called Paper & Paint Library. Thanks

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Kate Burt added this to 24 Ideas for Using Panelling in Your Bathroom5 February 2020

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Sarah Warwick added this to These 10 Ideas Will Add Warmth to Your Bathroom5 October 2017

Paint makes a difference to this tiny bathroom as well, with soft colour on the wall, ceiling and bath panel balancing the areas of white in a rustic scheme.

Kate Burt added this to 11 Ways to Use Green in Your Bathroom9 June 2017

Pimp with panellingTiles, of course, aren’t the only medium via which you can introduce some of this colour. Tongue-and-groove panelling, fixed either horizontally, as here, or vertically, is another bathroom-friendly wallcovering, and the bonus is that you can change the colour with a new coat of paint. This super-pale blue-green works well in this small attic space because, even though it continues up to the ceiling, it doesn’t feel heavy or overbearing. In fact, wrapping colour from wall to ceiling when there are slopes like this is a trick that can open up the space, rather than chopping it up with dividing lines.

Victoria Harrison added this to How to Create the Pale and Pretty Coastal Look18 April 2017

Add soft tones of aquaIt’s easy to think of blue and white as classic nautical shades, but pale aqua can create a softer feel in a coastal-style interior. Paint tongue-and-groove panelling for a wash of colour, or bring in watery-toned accessories.

Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Budget-friendly Ways to Transform Your Bathroom14 March 2017

Add a lick of paintIf your bathroom is looking too clinical, warm it up by adding an alternative shade to white. The panelling here has been painted a calm, aqua hue that works well in the plain space. Don’t feel the need to tile all the walls in your bathroom – if you leave some surfaces blank, you’ll be able to change the look whenever you like with just a lick of paint. Got a bijou bathroom? Be inspired by these tiny spaces with a huge wow factor

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