Restoration of Grade I Listed House in Central LondonTransitional Bathroom, London

Traditional bathroom in London. —  Houzz
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sherol_mcgarrySherol McGarry wrote:25 July 2014
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    The house is on the corner on the south side of the square, and is flooded with light. This second-floor bathroom makes the most of it by having three large windows.The bath and shower were made bespoke. ‘We contacted a stone supplier with detailed drawings on how we wanted it to be done,’ Maiorino says.Throughout the house, the flooring is all new, apart from on the top floor. ‘We used engineered boards and fitted underfloor heating,’ the architect adds. ‘The radiators in here are used as towel rails.’

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