LIMEHOUSE FLATTransitional Bathroom, Hampshire

Gorgeous Family bathroom - the walls are laid in a herringbone pattern and are Architecture tiles from Fired Earth. The flooring is a Nesiha island Parquet from Harvey Maria - very practical and warm underfoot for a children's bathroom. the walls were painted Dix Blue from Farrow and Ball - fittings Duravit and Crosswater Totti with storage in the wall mounted mirror cupboard

Alexis Hamilton

This is an example of a medium sized traditional family bathroom in Hampshire with a built-in bath, a shower/bath combination, a one-piece toilet, white tiles, ceramic tiles, vinyl flooring, a wall-mounted sink and green floors. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Key Elements for a Family Bathroom1 April 2019

Focus on flooringFloors, too, should be simple to clean, so choose a surface that’s water-resistant and easy to mop. If you’re after a wooden floor, for example, go for wood-effect porcelain tiles that won’t be ruined by damp.If you have small children, it’s worth opting for a softer surface to avoid any injuries if they fall. A vinyl floor like this one is ideal, as it’s cushioned and has the added bonus of being easy to clean.

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Satisfying Home Projects You Can Crack On With Over Easter12 March 2018

Lay some flooringFor a soft alternative to a ceramic or porcelain floor, shop around for some of the beautifully designed vinyl tiles on the market. It’s possible to lay them yourself, and is a project that can be done over the four-day weekend.Start by screwing 6mm plywood boards to your floorboards to create a level surface. Vacuum the wood to remove any traces of dust, then seal by painting with a coat of one part PVA glue to five parts water. Measure the length of each wall and find the centre point of the room – mark this point on the floor with a cross and begin laying the tiles from there. Work your way outwards and cut around the edges with a craft knife, using a template to mark out complicated shapes. To iron out any creases, you can hire a tile roller, or alternatively use a rolling pin.

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Doreen Clowes added this to My ideas21 hours ago

Tiles on the wall in herringbone design and floor

Susan Iseminger added this to Bathroom30 June 2020

shower head is opposite tap. granny flat idea, have one larger window, and close off old windows. leave sink where it is.


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