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Neryl Hollingsworth
Love this.
   
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Barbara
Jaonna,
Love the retro even though I didn't feel it went with the modern bathroom at first glance but the retro type tile pattern in the shower gels it together.
The vintage would have been perfect with just two mirrors but I got a bit lost with the theme of four mirrors.
I was going to have plain mirrors in my bathroom but this post has given me a few ideas, especially the framed mirror in the pencil tile pattern.
As usual, just when I think there can't be anything else new for a bathroom no less, I am in awe of things people come up with.
Cheers,
Barbara
   
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ladyrob1

Love mirrors! I've had a problem about what to do with a T&G wall above a deep, long Art Deco fitted plunge bath that occupies one whole wall of my bathroom. Love this bath. Please try to picture it if you can...it a difficult room to capture. It is surrounded by the original pressed metal which also functions as a splash surround from the bath edge about 90 cm up the T&G wall around 3 sides of the tub,,,the rest of the wall is T&G. Have a large new vintage style rain shower over the bath. The remaining height of T&G wall above the pressed metal surrounding the bath and extending to the high ceiling needs either cladding or varnishing with polyurethane...or some sort of waterproofing. I've thought of a period waterproof wallpaper. Tiles look really silly...its a design dilemma I've not been able to resolve...nothing seems to "go" with the presed metal. More pressed metal would look too much. Removing it would spoil the heritage 'look'. Now I'm thinkng either bronze mirror tiles or just one large framed piece of mirror. Can any Houzzers picture this and do they have suggestions please? Suppose I could always paint an "over the top" mual to distract from the whole situation. I was enthusiastic about a whole mosaic-covered bathroom...alternatively something understated like a sleek waterproof panelling. Now I'm confused. The PIC above "OUT THERE" of the freedom mirrored powder room looks like a possibility.

   

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