In addition to chosing a bronzy/metallic/rust coloured tile for the bathroom (better than I describe them) we decided we needed a highlight on the floor. We chose some small glass tiles which are a combination of flat mirror, patterned mirror and dark glass which are meant for walls and come in a gauze backed square. We cut the square up into strips of two tiles, and laid them in a line from the door. Sounds easy, but glass tiles dont snap they shatter, so we had to cut them with a diamond blade.
As the plumbing hadn't been done by Wednesday we sorted out temporary plumbings (a plastic basin, electric kettle, and 20 litre water carrier. I went off to Paris on Thursday to collect the AP's (see Coot Club) and then the plumber rang to ask if we were in. Mickael - who did the first lot of plumbing - arrived and fitted the hotwater ballon (under Susan's supervision)
Exciting isn't the word for it, I tell you.
Calm down Simon!!!
I like the glass tile insert in the floor - a nice bit of bling!
Lovely bath too!
Looks wonderful and inviting !!!
Very nice and I am excited for you Simon!
This looks wonderful. Really stylish ....... Enjoy the luxury!
WOW! is the word for it. And WOW for the bathroom also!
Aha an Arthur Ransome reader, eh? EH?
Great bathroom and floor!
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