Mid-sized trendy master dark wood floor and brown floor freestanding bathtub photo in London with a wall-mount sink and beige walls

London NW1

Contemporary Bathroom, London

Contemporary clean lines, fused with the original features of an Edwardian home. No tiles were used in this bathroom, only glass, RAL colour matched to the wall paint. Floorboards stained to match the rest of the house, with a waterproof lining underneath. Photo: Carole Poirot
Mid-sized trendy master dark wood floor and brown floor freestanding bathtub photo in London with a wall-mount sink and beige walls - Houzz

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cdiaz123 wrote:October 26, 2014
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    My Interior Stylist Ltd
    5 years ago
    Hi there, these boards were actually bespoke made, to match the rest of the original floorboards in the house. There were some here already, but they were mostly ruined by the previous owner who had stuck tiles to them! So we bought solid oak wide boards from a timber merchant and experimented with mixing different stains together to get the exact match.

    This is the best way to get an authentic look, but of course there are many solid and engineered floors available now that are pretty good replications. Go for the widest boards you can find!

    Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions. Zoe.x
  • Emily Miller
    5 years ago
    What are the floors finished with? I am renovating a bathroom and want hard wood floors and have been told my just about everyone how impractical wood floors are for a bathroom. I wonder what you think.
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