St Mary`s Place, WeybridgeContemporary Bathroom, Surrey

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Karen Hoisington wrote:Jun 25, 2016
  • MURALI KRISHNA CHERUKURI

    Hey, Thanks for the reply. Could i have your number to discuss further. I would like to buy these tiles, probably you could help me out.

  • A lawyer
    Are these tiles available in the US or only in the UK?
chiamei wrote:Aug 25, 2016
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    Ovchinnikov Eugene N.

    Could i have your number to discuss further. I would like to buy these tiles, probably you could help me out.

  • meadowridge1

    what company does the sink come from

macgirl1021 wrote:Jul 12, 2016
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    Concept Interiors

    This tile is rectified porcelain HD imaged. 600 x 600.

    The tile is ink jet imaged and they use over 100 images to make the range, so the tiles you get are unique and each tile will be different.

  • veerangna

    Is this tile slippery?

reena_tejura wrote:Dec 8, 2015
  • asifajuma

    Can you tell me the room dimensions. I am trying to figure out if I can get this in my loft! Thank you

  • blondelle
    Could you please tell the brand and style name of the tile? Want to see if available in the US.
gudaschoen wrote:Oct 12, 2016
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    Concept Interiors

    The paint colour for this bathroom is Dulux 10YY72/021

  • Mary Gearing

    What is the name of the tile?

mary P wrote:Dec 8, 2015
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    Concept Interiors

    Dulux 10YY72/021

  • Elaine Sharpe

    What is the name of the color you used on the walls? What is the name and color of tile you used?

cdrake1 wrote:Apr 23, 2017
  • Chadwick Thompson

    yes please where is this sink from? or the name , brand?


romina23 wrote:Jun 7, 2016
moni72 wrote:Dec 5, 2015
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    Concept Interiors

    We would suggest you got a specialist wet-room installer.

Natasha Cianfrogna wrote:Nov 15, 2015
  • Toye Wigley

    Any additional details regarding who makes the sink and the faucet?

falwine wrote:Oct 29, 2015
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    Concept Interiors

    This is a silver/grey stone effect porcelain wall and floor tile and is available to be purchased through Concept Interiors.

Corky Kennedy wrote:Jun 27, 2017
    DIVAHZ INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGNERS wrote:Sep 30, 2016
      RE/MAX of Wilmington wrote:Jun 8, 2016
        louie reyes wrote:Mar 31, 2016
          malnaser wrote:Nov 5, 2015

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            yanicsimard
            Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 12 Ways to Make Any Bathroom Look BiggerApr 29, 2017

            2. Try Tone on ToneNot a fan of stark white? You can still get a very big and breezy effect with a tone-on-tone palette in warm beige, soft grays or even faint hues such as powder blue. Choose a sumptuous tile, and find a paint color for the remaining walls that picks up on one of the hues within it. The overall effect is still serene and spa-like, without the jarring visual breaks to shrink your perception of the space.Shop for white wall tile

            affectingspaces
            Affecting Spaces added this to 10 Things to Consider Before Remodeling Your BathroomJan 17, 2016

            4. Wall-Hung ToiletsThese fixtures have grown in popularity lately, and for good reason. They no longer break the bank, and they also save space since the tank is hidden behind the wall. But there is a big consideration with these special fixtures. Because of how these toilets drain, if you ever change your mind and opt for a floor-mounted unit, you’ll have to rework the supply.Shop for wall-mounted toilets

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            webuser_505453287
            HU-505453287 added this to webuser_505453287's ideas5 days ago

            I l ike the painted window frame.

            christieknoll
            christieknoll added this to Bedrooms and BathroomsSep 11, 2019

            Contemporary ensuite. Lower level. Clean lines

            carm2283
            Cc Cc added this to bathroomSep 11, 2019

            Try Tone on Tone Not a fan of stark white? You can still get a very big and breezy effect with a tone-on-tone palette in warm beige, soft grays or even faint hues such as powder blue. Choose a sumptuous tile, and find a paint color for the remaining walls that picks up on one of the hues within it. The overall effect is still serene and spa-like, without the jarring visual breaks to shrink your perception of the space.

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