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pics of beige tiled bathroom

Discussion in 'Tiling' started by b21playa, 13 Apr 2008.

  1. b21playa

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    Anyone got pics of a bathroom done in beige tiles (fully tiled) with a white suite?

    Ive seen some nice tiles 27cm x 37cm and thought they would look great, also at a very good price

    would like to tile them horizontally and possibly create a brick effect and/or with a travertine border tile

    anything is appreciated

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  2. whyme!

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    i'm doing mine with a beige colour tile, white suite and limestone grout, looks good
     
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    what size are the tiles and how much was the grout?
     
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    45cm x 33cm, dunlop flexible grout about a tenner
     
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    That pretty much describes what we just did.... White suite, radiator and cupboard unit, beigy coloured 20cm by 30cm horizontal wall tiles, with a mosaic border and side panel on the bath, with limestone coloured floor tiles. We tiled up to 2m60 - our ceilings are stupidly high, so we didn't go the whole way up... For the separate toilet, we put in a suspended toilet, with an enclosed cistern - toilet and flush button both in white. Here are the pics:

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  6. b21playa

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    vry nice

    think that very similar to the idea i had in mind

    the tiles ive chosen now are 20x25cm and im tiling them horizontally (think they look better) with some sort of border, either stone or glass mosaic type (yet to decide).

    Where did you get that tap from, as I saw one similar but wasnt sure about it, but looks good installed
     
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    The tap is a Grohe - Eurostyle plus. We got it from a big bathroom company here in Brussels, but I'm guessing as it's made by Grohe you should be able to get something very similar in the UK. I much prefer a mixer tap like that, as it measn you can get the water temperature just right and leave it set at the same temperature for your morning showers - no scalding/freezing experiences!
     
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    That rings a bell

    Ive ot a themostatic mira for the shower cubicle but want a mixer for the bath just incase - never know when shower can stop working and also find it good for rinsing the bath after cleaning it
     
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