Paul D'Amico - Period Design
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Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896 traditional-bathroom

Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896

View of Shower Room from Kitchen. A timber moulding was shaped into a curve to emulate a period feature - a stair skirting board like the Victorian period staicase, was subsequently sprayed black to blend with the tiles. Some of the top layer of tiles had to be cut to the corresponding curve. The chequered limestone tiles are laid on the same level as the kitchen floor above UFH thus heating the Shower-Room too. A radiator was installed as well.

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