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Good example of a modestly size ensuite, with a wall instead of a shower screen. disregard the wooden slats in the shower!

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Duravit - Guest bathrooms

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Little, Simple but Functional Small Bathroom:Modest Small Bathroom Design Free Download Photos Of Small Bathroom by lissandra.villano

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Textured bathroom tiles can create an incredible effect in the bathroom like it has in this one.

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25 Small Bathroom Remodeling Ideas Creating Modern Rooms to Increase Home Values

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Like the idea of using big slate tiles in the bath. Picking up from the greyish wood floors in the ret of the house

Modern Interiors - Norm | Plastolux

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Hudson Reed Lavish Round Floor Standing Basin

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This is cool... Wetrooms—a luxurious and clever idea for a small bathroom. lock the whole bathroom while taking a shower, so why not use the whole bathroom? Why spend so much time and money trying to make shower enclosures look good? Do away with them and have clean, beautifully-tiled, waterproof zen space in your bath for the same budget as sprucing up a shower and bathroom.

Ensuite Wet Room | Bathrooms Designs

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Glass Shower Door & Fixed Screen. Create your perfect Shower Enclosure or Wetroom with our comprehensive range of Fittings & Accessories. Shower Seals also available from our new webshop - http://www.shower-seals.co.uk/

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Love the tiled floor/painted wall combo and the fact that the tiles in the shower match the wall colour but are different from the floor. The niche for storage works well for us too.

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Electric Underfloor Heating mats provide floors with a warm surface and are more energy efficient than standard water boiler heating systems. A self levelling compound must be added first before tiling over electric underfloor heating mats. http://www.tilesporcelain.co.uk/news/guides-advice/how-to-tile-over-electric-underfloor-heating-mats/

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