The Old Post OfficeCountry Bathroom, Surrey

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Design ideas for a country bathroom in Surrey with a pedestal sink, a freestanding bath, beige walls and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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Interiors by Sarah Ward wrote:18 June 2017

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karenwilsonfreelance
Karen Wilson added this to Lofts: 10 of the Best Loft Conversions in Period Homes18 November 2015

Choose a period bathroom The most common use of a loft conversion is as an extra bedroom and bathroom. If this is part of your plan, make sure your fittings reflect the age of your home. A period-style, roll-top bath is a great choice, especially when teamed with an exposed brick wall for added character. Or you might choose to add just a hint of period style, perhaps with Victorian-style taps.Browse inspiring loft bathrooms that make great use of space

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to How to Create a Vintage Bathroom Look16 October 2015

Shimmer with copperA shiny copper slipper tub is one of those luxurious investment pieces that can run into thousands of pounds. However, if you fall in love with one, it should be a love that lasts a lifetime. The first baths – following the advent of running water in the early 19th century – were often made of copper, and they certainly bring to mind period dramas and lush stately homes. A beauty like this is definitely one to treasure.

andreavon
Andrea Von added this to Lofts: 10 Inspiring Loft Bathrooms That Utilise Space Brilliantly22 May 2015

Showcase the bones of the spaceCelebrate the fact you’re in the roof of your property by highlighting the raw materials. The owners of this bathroom have made a feature of the brickwork and wooden beams to show off rather than hide the slopes and angles. The freestanding copper bath is the perfect accompaniment to the brick and wood.

joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to Lofts: 10 Creative Ways to Use a Loft Space19 November 2014

Expose some brickMost attics, prior to conversion, boast exposed brickwork. Not much point plastering the walls up there when the space is used to store a tent, university course notes and boxes of cassettes! But once converted, a loft can look great with some of that brick left exposed. It’s an easy way to inject some colour and texture, and also a nice reminder of the space’s previous identity as a more utilitarian space.

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urduhouse
urduhouse added this to Wish List8 February 2020

rally cool tiny bathroom wood floor

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Tess added this to Upstairs Bath10 October 2019

move bathroom into attic w/ dressing room?

jillbeemer
Jill B added this to Chalet bathrooms20 May 2019

Flooring - and pairing with brushed metal

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