CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2Contemporary 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

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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manisingh7 wrote:4 April 2015
  • lee breeds
    Hi. It's from a company called Laufen (I also work for them) and you can find it in our Alessi range.
  • teresann

    Thank you Lee Breeds!


J O wrote:8 December 2016
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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.



What Houzz contributors are saying:

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to 12 Bathroom Tile Styles With Modern Appeal29 March 2015

Experiment with slate Slate is smart, durable and naturally good looking. It’s a staple on floors, but if you’re in the market for a darker alternative to everywhere-white, its charcoal tones also look interesting and upmarket on walls. Slate tiles come in a variety of shapes these days, too, including these slim numbers.

brilliant_lighting
Brilliant Lighting added this to A Beginner’s Guide to LED Lighting28 February 2015

Beam widthsLED lights, both integrated and retrofit, come in varying beam widths. You can think of beam width as the size of the cone of light the fitting produces. Smaller beam widths, such as 10 degrees, are perfect for highlighting a focal point. Around 20-30 degrees work well for downlighting in higher ceilings, and beam widths of 30-50 degrees provide a more diffused light, which is good for lower ceilings and niches.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

tapaulsen
tapaulsen added this to 7815 pierce cir8 February 2020

slate tile wall with no grout showing; fireplace facade

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Lyle Peckler added this to My ideas11 January 2020

Nice and modern but a little dark

oxhouse
Sue James added this to The Gables5 January 2020

Insert shelves on partition wall

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