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IMG_1114 | by Nams58 Ensuite Loft Bathroom- Marble Flooring- Metro Tiles-Lefroy Brooks- Polished Nickel- Wet Room- Little Green French Grey Pale

IMG_1114 | by Nams58 Ensuite Loft Bathroom- Marble Flooring- Metro Tiles-Lefroy Brooks- Polished Nickel- Wet Room- Little Green French Grey Pale

Traditional bathroom with dark rustic wood floors, gray subway tile, glass walk-in shower and white pedestal sink | Interior Therapy

Traditional bathroom with dark rustic wood floors, gray subway tile, glass walk-in shower and white pedestal sink | Interior Therapy

Room No.9 by Amanda Lynn Interior Design.This family bathroom in a Melbourne Edwardian home was once a spare bedroom. With plenty of space to play with, Amanda chose a freestanding bath and a generous shower to create a luxurious bathing experience. The ornate fireplace had been boarded up and was only discovered once renovations were underway. Photo: Martina Gemmola.

Room No.9 by Amanda Lynn Interior Design.This family bathroom in a Melbourne Edwardian home was once a spare bedroom. With plenty of space to play with, Amanda chose a freestanding bath and a generous shower to create a luxurious bathing experience. The ornate fireplace had been boarded up and was only discovered once renovations were underway. Photo: Martina Gemmola.

Inverno is an unbeatable value, grey marble style, wall and floor tile. It is a glazed porcelain with a matt finish. This creates a strong, durable tile with greater slip resistance. Because of this it is ideal for bathrooms, kitchens and hallways.

Inverno is an unbeatable value, grey marble style, wall and floor tile. It is a glazed porcelain with a matt finish. This creates a strong, durable tile with greater slip resistance. Because of this it is ideal for bathrooms, kitchens and hallways.

After they re-sheetrocked the walls, the couple installed inexpensive, faux shiplap on top and painted the entire room white. Rachel cleverly chose paint with a satin-finish so that light entering the bathroom would reflect from any angle, making the bathroom appear larger.

After they re-sheetrocked the walls, the couple installed inexpensive, faux shiplap on top and painted the entire room white. Rachel cleverly chose paint with a satin-finish so that light entering the bathroom would reflect from any angle, making the bathroom appear larger.