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These tiles for en suite wall .. too much ?

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Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 08:59:13

They would be placed up to just above sink/cistren level and cream paint .industrial style light

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Fabellini Tue 05-Jun-18 08:59:54

Any chance of a pic of the tiles? grin

Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 09:00:52

These are the tiles

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Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 09:01:35


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Fabellini Tue 05-Jun-18 09:02:21

I like them, and think they’d look great with how you’ve described the rest of the room.

Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 09:10:15

Thanks fab at the moment there is horrible lilac paint and no tiles and I just want an expensive look (tiles on sale and dh tiles so won't be expensive at all)

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magicalmimi Tue 05-Jun-18 10:41:21

I have them in my en suite but on the floor and they look fab. Go for it!

Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 13:42:35

Quick update. Visited a shop today and saw a faded mix and match vintage style similar but lightet (smallish room)

Thank you

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Nikkibham Tue 05-Jun-18 13:47:21

I was going to buy some like these for very small bathroom. I can’t remember if they weee Laura Ashley or Ted Baker but I love them. A real statement piece

Littlelambpeep Tue 05-Jun-18 21:17:27

They Laura Ashley and on offer - still think they are slightly too big for our room but love them

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