Georgian Town HouseTransitional Bathroom, Oxfordshire

The master bathroom created to maximise space and functionality as well as providing a beautiful palette of grey tones with a feminine wallpaper to soften the look.

Photograph: Simon Maxwell Photography

This is an example of a classic ensuite bathroom in Oxfordshire with grey cabinets, an alcove bath, a walk-in shower, grey tiles, grey walls, concrete flooring and an open shower. —  Houzz
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webuser_866245Joanna Biddolph wrote:10 September 2017
  • Daisy England
    4 years ago
    There are loads of them available online. Look on eBay. I think B&Q might have them too.
  • Joanna Biddolph
    4 years ago

    I know but it's hard to tell quality from online photos. The one in the photo looks very good quality so I was hoping for a clear recommendation.

helenlbrownhelenlbrown wrote:4 October 2016
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    Arq-A Interiors Limited
    5 years ago

    Hi Helen, thank you for the compliment. The tiles are from Stone & Ceramic Warehouse in Chiswick, they are a crackle glaze metro tile and come in a variety of colours. Best wishes, Caroline.

  • caroldecker11
    4 years ago

    hello

    love that wall paper

    so it's steam /damp proof then?

    Regards

    Carol Decker

hesterdawsonhesterdawson wrote:11 May 2016
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    Arq-A Interiors Limited
    5 years ago

    Hi There, the bathroom dimensions are 2.3m wide x 2.7m deep not including the cupboard recess. The loo is located at the end of the bath. All the taps, showers fittings etc are Lefroy Brooks. Thank you for 'liking' the designs! Best regards.

  • mcdemill
    4 years ago

    Hi. Is this waterproof wallpaper or does it generally withstand contact with water quite well?


What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Nifty Ways to Fit a Shelf in Your Shower4 September 2017

Opt for a simple metal shelfIf you want a shower surface that’s easy to fit, a wire rack is a great solution. This corner-mounted one requires one or two hooks to hang it and fits neatly in the space. There’s enough room for toiletries on the two tiers, but the design is unobtrusive.

laura_wheat
Laura Wheat added this to 9 Design Tips to Transform Your Home From So-so to Sought-after29 April 2016

Try something unexpectedAlthough pared-back schemes are pleasing due to their lack of ‘fluff’, it sometimes pays to throw an unexpected element into the mix. A striking wallpaper or fabric, or a bright or textured accessory, can be used to lift a space that otherwise doesn’t feel quite finished. Here, contemporary floral wallpaper in a cool-toned grey has been used to introduce a hint of elegant irregularity into this otherwise angular bathroom to stunning effect.TELL US… What’s your best tip for turning a home from so-so into spectacular? Share your ideas and photos in the Comments below.

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to Houzz Tour: An Oxfordshire Townhouse is Reinvigorated With Bold Colour23 March 2016

An elegant grey colour palette runs throughout the room, from the concrete-look porcelain floor tiles and crackle glaze metro wall tiles, to the beautiful floral wallpaper (coated in a matt wallpaper varnish to protect it). The result is sophisticated with a vintage vibe.The traditional-style shower control in chrome and ceramic is set away from the shower slightly so it can be turned on without the bather being sprayed with cold water.Shower and bath fittings, Lefroy Brooks. Wallpaper, Ralph Lauren. Floor and wall tiles, Stone & Ceramic Warehouse.TELL US…What do you think of this Georgian townhouse? Share you thoughts in the Comments below.

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Kim added this to Bathroom18 July 2021

maybe grey tiles with dark grout?

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