Hidden House, Ashburton, DevonContemporary Bathroom, Devon

Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in Devon with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, an alcove bath, orange tiles, white walls and grey floors. —  Houzz
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zoopaolo wrote:5 Jul 2016
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    van Ellen + Sheryn Architects

    Hi. Again these tiles came from Original Style in Exeter. I cant't quite remember the reference, but they are a fully vitrified, 300x600 tile, made in Thailand. Hopefully Original Style will be able to help you.

  • zoopaolo

    Thank you once again.

aileen173 wrote:4 Jul 2015
  • haylescakes
    Thank you for your reply.
    I have fallen in love with granite (kashmir white) but have had people telling me to avoid it because of the likelihood of breaking crockery and it's difficult to keep clean. Is the product you recommend less likely to have these problems? thank you, hayley
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    van Ellen + Sheryn Architects

    Don't forget that the stone sample you see in the show room might be quite different to the piece that gets delivered. You might want to see the piece of stone in the yard and reserve it to make sure. It is worth having a look on the Caesarstone website, check out the technical performance of their products and order a few samples. Most kitchen showrooms will offer quartz alternatives to granite - it might be worthwhile picking their brains - it won't cost you anything. Also different stones require different sealants, which sometimes change the appearance of the stone. In the end i decided quartz was a safer bet, all things considered.

Mary Connell wrote:10 Jul 2016
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    van Ellen + Sheryn Architects

    Hi. These tiles were supplied by Original Style in Exeter, Devon. They have their own Houzz page for details.

julietaylor1802 wrote:12 Apr 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Jo Simmons added this to 5 Style Shortcuts to Get the Contemporary Look5 Dec 2016

    …or find crisp-looking fixtures and fittingsWhen it comes to built-in furniture and fittings, bring in contemporary style with designs that work hard but look sleek and understated. In a bathroom, for example, choose wall-mounted cabinets, simple handles and bold, graphic tiling.

    Kate Burt added this to 10 Ways to Use Colourful Tiles in Your Bathroom4 Jul 2016

    Make a statementUse a dramatic colour sparingly for maximum impact. Tile one wall behind a bath, inside a shower enclosure or behind a basin for fabulous drama without giving yourself a headache. This way, even the brightest colour is under control and doesn’t overwhelm. Take a look at these key trends for bathrooms in 2016

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Lia Murphy added this to junebug_457's ideas17 Jun 2019

    Wall hanging unit and feature wall

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