Fife steading conversionTransitional Bathroom

Classic country bathroom.

Example of a transitional stone tile limestone floor and beige floor drop-in bathtub design in Other with a wall-mount sink, a wall-mount toilet and blue walls —  Houzz
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Beth Thompson wrote:Jul 29, 2014
  • Brenda Brockman
    Would love the name and make of the blue paint!!
  • dkassak
    The picture looks blue and the swatch looks green. Which is it? Is the picture showing the color correctly?
pinkcedar1 wrote:Aug 7, 2014
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors
    I specified the paint and it is definitely F&B Teresa's Green. It does look a bit bluer in the picture which is probably the lights the photographer used.
  • whiteleghorn

    I have an NE facing room and often that colour is definitely blue, and in the morning light is greener

7281makaa wrote:Feb 6, 2016
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors

    Hi it is Teresa's green from Farrow and Ball but it looks quite different in this image due to the lighting.

  • squared30

    At What height was the toilet hung

Kate Samson wrote:Feb 14, 2015
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors
    Hi, it's tongue & groove or V line which you can buy from a builders merchant. You can paint IT with a waterproof paint so it's splash proof but it's not suitable for in a wet area such as a shower
  • Kate Samson

    Thank you! I'm guessing that boat paint would work?

kens11111 wrote:Jun 21, 2015
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors

    Hi, I am so sorry for the delay in replying, I had missed this question when it came through. Yes, the window is a velux and that is who we normally use. We are based in the UK so we aren't aware of any other brands here. I think you are based in the US, I hope your builder has been able to help. Sorry I can't be more helpful! Thanks


Jason Durham wrote:Jan 18, 2015
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors
    Apologies for the slow reply, I have just seen your question. The panelling is the same colour but it is in an eggshell finish and the walls are in emulsion which is why they have come up differently in a photograph.
salgaljacobs wrote:Jan 5, 2015
vickiamidon wrote:Sep 3, 2014
Michael Dee wrote:Aug 6, 2014
sgosseli wrote:Aug 6, 2014
salgaljacobs wrote:Aug 6, 2014
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    Robertson Lindsay Interiors
    Hi, they are made from limestone from a local supplier. Any good stone supplier or kitchen worktop supplier would be able to template limestone/marble or travertine for you in this way to go around a bath and for floor tiles. Good luck!

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Anita Guest added this to My ideasSep 3, 2019

tongue and groove enclosed bath top bathroom

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Panelling and colour is gorgeous

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