CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2 contemporary-bathroom
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CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2 Contemporary Bathroom, London

In contrast, another bathroom is lined with slate strips, and features a freestanding bath, a built-in medicine cabinet with a wenge frame, and four niches which add some depth to the room.

Photographer: Bruce Hemming
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Medium sized contemporary family bathroom in London with a pedestal sink, a freestanding bath, slate tiles, recessed-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a shower/bath combination, a wall mounted toilet, grey tiles, grey walls, slate flooring and grey floors. — Houzz

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jillfarmer79 wrote:
Slate - Hi, I love the textured slate wall. Can you tell me where it can be purchased please? Thanks
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manisingh7 wrote:
Please could you tell me where I can find the basin?
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lee breeds
Hi. It's from a company called Laufen (I also work for them) and you can find it in our Alessi range.
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teresann

Thank you Lee Breeds!


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J O wrote:
Please can you tell me what plants these are. They look great.
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Matt Nichol Garden Design Ltd.

Hi

I'm not an expert on house plants but it looks like Ficus pumila 'Variegata' or it could be Soleirolia soleirolii (Baby's tears) which can be grown indoors or outdoors.

Hope that helps. You can probably buy it only from someone like Crocus or your local garden centre.



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