Oakhill CourtVictorian Bathroom, London

Victorian print blue tile with a fabric-like texture were fitted inside the niche.

Design ideas for a victorian bathroom in London with a console sink, white cabinets, a built-in bath, a shower/bath combination, porcelain tiles, medium hardwood flooring, a wall mounted toilet, recessed-panel cabinets and a wall niche. —  Houzz
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pgawith1983 wrote:22 November 2015
Rini Kundu Interiors wrote:9 March 2015
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    The London Tile Co.
    5 years ago

    Hi Rini, we have a selection of similar tiles, for the shower tiles you could used our Dark Grey Mercia or our Metro range if you'd like a choice of colours. For the shower niche and recessed shelf we have various decorative tiles that can be used, take a look at our Orient, Tempo and Jamestown tiles for some ideas!

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    Casa Ceramica Tile Company
    5 years ago

    Hi Rini we have this exact tile you can view here and contact us through the website http://www.casaceramica.co.uk/range/14-ora-italiana-fusion/

caldwell_catharine wrote:12 June 2016
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    City Plumbing Supplies - Grimsby
    4 years ago

    The brand is written above the overflow on the basin. I am unable to zoom in enough to read but am almost certain it is a Burlington basin. I hope this helps.

Evelyn Marshall wrote:20 October 2015
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    Ardesia Design
    5 years ago

    We used wooden effect porcelain tiles, so there was no water issue

moorlikeit wrote:8 July 2015
tellaan wrote:5 May 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Victoria Harrison added this to What Do Brits Get Up To in the Bathroom? You Might Be Surprised5 December 2017

Does your bathroom fit this mould? Tell us in the Comments section.

Amanda Pollard added this to Is it Over for Metro Tiles?17 November 2017

3. They work as a frameWant some pattern on your walls, but not all over? Try teaming classic metro tiles with smaller areas of pattern, as in this scheme. The soft grey metros form a frame around two recessed shelves that have been tiled with an intricate design. The pattern would have been too busy all over the walls, but the metro tiles calm it down and help to showcase the beautiful design in the recesses.

Kate Burt added this to Soft Ways to Use LED Strips to Bring Out the Beauty of Your Home18 October 2017

Let your tiles twinkleLED, as already mentioned, is often associated with gleaming, contemporary designs, or in homes packed with high-tech tricks controllable from your phone. All that is possible in older homes, too, but LED strips are way simpler. They also look great with classic details, such as these Victorian-style blue and white tiles. Recessed shelves, or niches, just like the box shelves shown earlier, lend themselves well to a strip of light at the back. And, again, the function of the light here is simply to show off a decorative feature, rather than to provide task lighting, so ensure you build that in too.All fittings will need to have a suitable IP rating to be safe for bathroom use.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Kay Hardy added this to Bathroom ideas2 days ago

Cramped but lots of storage. Prefer open space and guess have to enclosed under sink storage.

Laura Sullivan added this to Main Bathroom26 February 2021

Like the cutaway shelf thing to save space

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