Inspiration for a traditional bathroom in Buckinghamshire with a pedestal sink, an alcove shower, a two-piece toilet, grey tiles, metro tiles, white walls, dark hardwood flooring and brown floors.

Buckinghamshire Full House RefurbishmentTraditional Bathroom, Buckinghamshire

Grey metro tiled bathroom, creating a classic yet modern feel.

Photography By Jamie Mason

Inspiration for a traditional bathroom in Buckinghamshire with a pedestal sink, an alcove shower, a two-piece toilet, grey tiles, metro tiles, white walls, dark hardwood flooring and brown floors. —  Houzz
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aaronnegus wrote:15 Jul 2015
Lorraine Hayward wrote:29 Feb 2016
  • Andrés AL

    what colour is the floor? I know Oka but what kind of Oka please? I am trying to get the same effect and colour.
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    The colour is Black Stained and is by Furlong Flooring.. Hope this helps. Thanks Vickie

njjess wrote:5 Jul 2015
  • Amanda Robinson

    Could you tell me where the flooring is from? I love this bathroom look.

  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Yes the flooring is by Furlong Aspect and its their Engineered Oak in Dark Oak / Black Stained.

francedaft wrote:13 Apr 2016
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi There, yes a tile spacer was used, Im not 100% sure on what size but I would say in-between 3-5mm. It just keeps a uniformed size for the grout. We used White grout also.

    Cant wait to see the finished result!

    Many Thanks Vickie

  • ton1newman
    Thanks once again!!
sophielt72 wrote:28 Jul 2015
  • Susie Dykes

    Hi, I love your shower-room, can you tell me what the flooring is please? many thanks.

  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi There, the shower tray was just a standard shower tray, it measures 1700mm by 700mm from our local pluming supplier, Im pretty sure it is 25mm depth-wise.

    The flooring is an engineered Oak, in colour Dark Wood Black stained, by Furlong Flooring.

    Many Thanks Vickie

Heba Jamaa wrote:5 Nov 2015
  • Heba Jamaa

    no problem, what is the product name so i could email them about it?

  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi so sorry I can't remember the products actual name, but sure if you just said brown leather strap mag holder they should be able to help, they also did it it Gold too! Thanks Vickie

Jane Clarbour wrote:17 Nov 2016
Sua Kyei wrote:23 Feb 2017
Jean Chubb wrote:12 Nov 2016
julialeareay wrote:22 May 2016
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi There, thanks so much for your question.

    So I have used a ladder style shelving unit behind the ( which you can't see ) M&S currently sell one. You could also look at some freestanding units, that way all of the bottles etc are hidden!

    As far sat the mirror, I chose a large Dark wooden frames mirror, but I think a nice Chrome edged circular one could look great also!

    If you check out my website, under the press tab you can see an article on my bathroom and it shows you the mirror and the storage unit, so you may get a better idea.

    I also have some additional images on my Instagram @interior.therapy, so you may get some more ideas.

    Hope this helps

    Many Thanks Vickie

  • PRO
    Exclusive Mirrors

    Hi Julia,

    in terms of a mirror we'd suggest using a hanging round mirror. People are shifting away from traditional bathroom mirrors and looking towards more statement style mirrors. We'd suggest some mirrors like the one's below:

    This mirror is £58.44 here is the link to the website

    This mirror is £246.40 here is the link to the website

    These are £67.15 here's a link to the website

    Hope this helps!

    Many thanks.

deehassan wrote:7 Feb 2016
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi There

    It is Dulux - White Chiffon

    Many Thanks Vickie

tonylcl wrote:18 Sep 2015
annettemchattie wrote:12 Sep 2015
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Hi There, I feel it is all personal taste, I wanted more wall space because of the amount of artwork we had and wanted to add a contrast against the tiles and as you said personality. I also think wall to ceiling tiles also look great! Nice and clean.

    As far as changing this, tiles can easily be removed but it depends on the state of the wall underneath but is likely to need some plastering to create a flat surface again, which can add time and money to the project, but can be achieved easily.

    I hope this helps

    Many Thanks Vickie

pugnaciousk wrote:5 Sep 2015
Amanda Robinson wrote:16 Jul 2015
  • PRO
    Interior Therapy

    Yes no problem, the flooring is an engineered Oak, in colour Dark Wood Black stained, by Furlong Flooring.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Alcroft added this to How to Cut the Cost of Your Bathroom Renovation30 Jan 2019

Ditch the bathThis isn’t for everyone, but if you aren’t one of life’s long soakers, it could be a money-saving option. “We’ve noticed more customers opting for showers rather than baths, and this can not only bring down the initial fitting outlay, but lower running costs long-term due to greater energy efficiency,” Raj says.

Julie Butterworth added this to Inspirational Ideas for Dado and Picture Rails27 Jul 2018

Tile at half heightIf your bathroom lacks architectural features, try a dado with a run of half-height tiling. These metro tiles, laid brickwork fashion, add a hint of Victoriana with a modern edge. Go for contrasting grout for added impact.Continue around the room to create a splashback behind the basin, then take them to full height in a shower or around a bath.

Cheryl Freedman added this to Should I Get Rid of My Bath?25 Feb 2018

…or opt for vintageDitching your bath doesn’t automatically mean you have to go for a minimalist wetroom. This traditional bathroom has a standalone shower enclosure with a low tray and classic fittings. The space does heritage style beautifully, with grey metro tiles and a pedestal basin. So if you’re not bothered about a bath but love your period fittings, take inspiration.What do I need to know when choosing a shower enclosure?

Kate Burt added this to 10 Tile Ideas to Kick-start Your Bathroom Revamp Plans8 Jun 2017

Add architectural interestTiling the whole way around your bathroom, but only half-way up the walls (apart from at the shower, of course), creates a nice architectural effect as it mimics the presence of a traditional dado rail, giving an instant period look. The half-tiled walls can also provide a nice opportunity for a slim shelf topper, boosting your storage to boot. Just be sure only to fill it with items that will aesthetically enhance your bathroom as they’ll be very visible.

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