Bathroom - Victorian tiled floor (with underfloor heating) // Original Victorian Cast Iron Bath // 1920's mirror // 1950's first aid boxes // Farrow & Ball - Manor House Gray

Bathroom - Victorian tiled floor (with underfloor heating) // Original Victorian Cast Iron Bath // mirror // first aid boxes // Farrow & Ball - Manor House Gray

Limestone flooring.  Particularly like White Hall Tumbled Cotswold tiles.  Underfloor heated would be perfect.

Particularly like White Hall Tumbled Cotswold tiles. Underfloor heated would be perfect.

How to Install Wet Underfloor Heating | Homebuilding & Renovating

An underfloor heating system is an essential for today's self-builders, yet it can also be installed retrofit. In this article Robbens Systems presents a DIY guide to installing your own 'wet' underfloor heating system

think I will start with underfloor heating with slate tiles for those chilly northern mornings x

Kitchen: Langdale Slate Tiles Langdale tiles are a dense and practical dark slate which has a smooth surface and an antiqued edge. This slate has a variety of colours from grey to black.

The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s pale pink Setting Plaster. The off-white used on cabinets, paneling, and ceilings is Rolling Fog from UK paint company Little Greene. The lime-washed oak floors feature underfloor heating throughout.

The Renegade Real Estate Developers: Chan + Eayrs in London

Setting plaster farrow and ball Rolling fog White) little Greene New Cross Lofts by Chan + Eayrs

One of our most popular tiles, the Umbrian Limestone is perfect for farmhouse properties, or those looking for a stone with character.

Umbrian limestone, floors of Stone Kitchen extension - this would be super practical floor

Oak Tiles - excellent with underfloor heating; utility and downstairs shower room

Rustic Wood Tiles Tiles/Tiling Accessories Bathroom Floor Tiles, Bathroom Tiles, Ceramic Tiles - Walls and Floors

#bathroom underfloor #heating from Coldbuster

#bathroom underfloor #heating from Coldbuster

Installing LoPro™Max | Retrofitting underfloor heating case study

As part of their home renovation, Paul and Gill knew that they wanted underfloor heating. It took just a couple of days to install LoPro™Max.

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