Callywith, Cardinham

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Kate Burt added this to How Much of My Bathroom Should I Tile?15 August 2019

Streamline a slopeLoft conversions often include a new bathroom and it’s not always obvious where tiling should start and finish. This walk-in shower is fully tiled, as the ceiling is low and likely to be doused daily. The tiles continue at half-height in the rest of the room, but what’s clever is how they’re connected: the two triangular tiles on the narrow walls at either side of the shower link the awkwardly shaped enclosure with the rest of the space by helping the line of tiles to flow smoothly. Proof that the small touches are sometimes the ones that make a room.Ideas We Love: 26 Small Bathrooms with Arty, Tiled Character

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essseajay added this to Bathroom24 June 2020

wall-tank toilet, ledge behind both toilet and sink

Shirley Kent added this to En Suite23 June 2020

Seems a practical way to get most out of the space if I can only have a wet room/toilet.

yellowstone897 added this to Bathroom Ideas4 May 2020

tile, wall-mounted toilet, heated towel rack, overall color scheme,

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