Victorian Home, EppingTransitional Bathroom, Essex

Photo of a classic ensuite bathroom in Essex with shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, a freestanding bath, a built-in shower, white walls, a submerged sink, brown floors, an open shower and white worktops. —  Houzz
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Kate Burt added this to How Long Does a Bathroom Renovation Take?23 October 2019

5. Complicated tilingMosaics or tricky tiles that need cutting will take longer. “Small tiles require a great deal of care when being placed, while large tiles can become complicated if they’re part of a bigger pattern,” James says. Be aware of the risks with fragile tiles, too. “If tiles are very difficult to cut, you might need more than you expect to cover breakages,” Cat says. Again, if you haven’t thought of this in advance and the tiles have a two- or three-week lead time, your timetable may suffer.“It’s difficult to gauge how much work is required without knowing what the surface or wall is,” James adds. “Often, the space will need to be stripped out first and this takes time. A good contractor will be able to give you an estimated time for the retiling and inform you of the work involved.”

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lori_nami added this to lori_nami's ideas20 August 2021

I like the tile behind the mirrors as an accent wall, not in the shower/bath (too hard to clean in bathing area)

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