The project consisted of two bathrooms in a loft style conversion; a small en-suite wet room and a larger bathroom for guest use. We kept the look of both bathrooms consistent throughout by using the same tiles and fixtures. The overall feel for the guest bathroom is sensual due to the dark moody tones used whilst maintaining a functional space.
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Our clients for this project were used to renovating properties and had stuck with a tried and tested formula when it came to bathrooms. This room was an extra shower room downstairs in an ‘annexe’ room. We had some fun with the Ca’Pietra Lilypad tiles on floor and in the shower and paired with brushed brass brassware fittings.
As part of a refurbishment to the whole house, this bathroom was located on the top floor of the house and dedicated to our clients four daughters. When our clients first set out with planning the bathroom, they didn’t think it was possible to fit a bath as well as a shower in due to the slopped ceilings and pitched roof.
When the homeowners purchased this Victorian family home, this bathroom was originally a dressing room. With two beautiful large sash windows which have far-fetching views of the sea, it was immediately desired for a freestanding bath to be placed underneath the window so the views can be appreciated.
A tranquil colour palette of grey concrete effect tiles and chalky whites is the perfect foil in this family home. The clients went for our full design service, they had no preconceptions of how they wanted the space to look, so after a visit to our showroom, taking a look at our previous case studies and a consultation with our designer, we were able to narrow down the design.
The warmth of brushed gold against navy tiles and black crittall injects an element of glamour and breaks the industrial look in this room with limited natural light. This family bathroom originally had a bland layout with the WC as the focal point. A simple design alteration to the shower wall configuration meant we could disguise this and make the room less linear and narrow.
This master en-suite is accessed via a few steps from the bedroom and with lots of natural light, the brief was to keep the space fresh and clean, but also relaxing and sumptuous. Using a palette of powder pinks, white Carrara marble effect tiles and brushed gold and wood to add a sense of warmth to the space.
Simple, tactile and statement. This top floor room had plenty of natural light thanks to the Velux windows. Finishes were a massive part of the interest in this bathroom. The room was so bright anyway, so we thought we’d have fun and play with the black fittings, brushed copper brassware and concrete basin, tying it all together with the most fabulous porcelain terrazzo effect tile.
Our clients for this project were used to renovating properties and had stuck with a tried and tested formula when it came to bathrooms, we suggested products that were completely out of their comfort zone. With a young family, the family bathroom needed to be practical and stylish.
The bathroom was in the iconic Hoover Building where there were bland developers bathrooms with no personality, before the room had a shower over bath, no window and not much thought in the design. Our client was after a practical yet stunning shower room in a small internal bathroom with no natural light.
The clients for this project went for our full design service with the 4D theatre as they both travel a lot for work so it was important to visualise the design in a short amount of time. The brief was for an open functional space that flows with the rest of the house.
For this room, the client was after a sophisticated, modern, soothing and yet a high tech bathroom. As a whole, it was all very difficult to marry together. Therefore a soft palette of colour was starting point. As a result, this avoids any clash with what would have been the very busy components.
The client was looking for something ‘on trend’ for their downstairs shower room which is used for the outdoor spa and pool area. The ‘Industrial’ look we created is both timeless and practical, utilising Gunmetal fittings paired against crisp white tiles and sanitary ware.