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Sometimes an artfully faded mirror is all that is necessary to create a vintage Italian feeling at home. ➤ Discover the season's newest designs and inspirations. Visit us at http://www.wallmirrors.eu #wallmirrors #wallmirrorideas #uniquemirrors @WallMirrorsBlog

10 Fantastic Wall Mirror Ideas to Inspire Lavish Bathroom Designs

Sometimes an artfully faded mirror is all that is necessary to create a vintage Italian feeling at home. ➤ Discover the season's newest designs and inspirations. Visit us at http://www.wallmirrors.eu #wallmirrors #wallmirrorideas #uniquemirrors @WallMirrorsBlog

9 Devonstone Grey Feature Floor Tiles - 331x331mm - BCT11064 Profile Large Image

BCT Tiles - 9 Devonstone Grey Feature Floor Tiles - 331x331mm - BCT11064 at Victorian Plumbing UK

gray grout (between the 2/3 ones) with small matte white hexagon tiles for the floor.  Possible occasional black one for interest...

Be All About Grout

This bathroom was remodeled to match the 1930's home character. Click here to see more: http://www.powellconstruction.com/portfolio/1930-s-classic-bath Divine Paint

This bathroom was remodeled to match the 1930's home character. Click here to see more: http://www.powellconstruction.com/portfolio/1930-s-classic-bath Divine Paint

Great way to add more light to a home is adding roof windows. Bathrooms are often small so benefit greatly from this idea.

Great way to add more light to a home is adding roof windows. Bathrooms are often small so benefit greatly from this idea.

Excited by the bustling development in Columbus, OH’s downtown area, Bryan and Catherine Williamson decided to make the move from NYC. The couple loved the big city amenities that Columbus had to offer, but still felt it was “small” enough to make their own mark in the area. Daydreaming of brick city streets and sidewalks and perfectly preserved homes, they kept a close eye on German Village – a historic neighborhood right outside of downtown.Once their previous home was listed, they knew…

Excited by the bustling development in Columbus, OH’s downtown area, Bryan and Catherine Williamson decided to make the move from NYC. The couple loved the big city amenities that Columbus had to offer, but still felt it was “small” enough to make their own mark in the area. Daydreaming of brick city streets and sidewalks and perfectly preserved homes, they kept a close eye on German Village – a historic neighborhood right outside of downtown.Once their previous home was listed, they knew…

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