The bathroom is a split between Farrow & Ball Hague Blue and white tiles from Tiles at a Click. The painting came from the Dublin Flea Market.

Paint Color: Farrow & Ball Hague Blue and white tiles from Tiles at a Click. The painting came from the Dublin Flea Market.

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Just laid + waiting to dry... Magnolia + Jasmine inspired encaustic tesselated tiles in a Victorian hallway.

Just laid + waiting to dry. Magnolia + Jasmine inspired encaustic tesselated tiles in a Victorian hallway.

NEW YORK GLOSS WARM GREY FLAT METRO VICTORIAN BRICK KITCHEN WALL TILES 10 X 20cm…

Clean and simple lines for this no nonsense family bathroom - brick laid tiles. Katharine & James' Glamorous Family Home in London : Apartment Therapy

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Similar idea - lose our planters, keep the slate, re-lay the path. Nice wooden fence to right, in keeping with door colour.

Brass fittings with a warm lustre and tiles with a shimmering finish evoke Parisian Art Deco allure. Mint half tiles, ceramic, 6x13cm, £119.95sq m, The Winchester Tile Company, www.winchestertiles.com. Cheltenham bathroom wall lights in Antiqued Brass, H28.5xW8.5xD11.5cm, £157 each; Chiswick mirror in Antiqued Brass, 44x65cm, £125; Pembroke shelf in Old Gold, H16xW63cm, £73.50; all Jim Lawrence, jim-lawrence.co.uk.

Winchester mint brick/subway tiles are shown here in a contemporary chevron pattern with luxurious gold grout. This image was styled by Marisa Daly for Homes & Gardens, August

Hand built and modelled wall tiles by Evelyn D’Arcy Synott. Created in Dublin based Wednesday evening ceramics course. Tiles have 3 layers of glaze as well as glass detail. Fired in an electric kiln to 1260°C (Cone 8). www.ceramicforms.com

Hand built and modelled wall tiles by Evelyn D’Arcy Synott. I'm not wild about the glazing, but nice idea

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