Our clients beautifully converted warehouse located facing Tower Bridge comprises of 4 bathrooms: the master bathroom, the guest bathroom, their daughter’s bathroom and a cloakroom. The brief was to create spaces with colour that had an adventurous and decadent feel. None of the bathrooms had any natural light and have low ceilings which can make the room look very small. Mood lighting was a key factor to create shadows and mood for a more playful space. Using vertical shapes helped visually increase the height and using wallpaper with tri-dimensional depth helped create a sense of depth.
We wanted to embrace the genius loci of the building and enhance the identity by bringing in materials that have a nod to its history. We used stone effect Porcelain tiles to recreate the feel of original flagstone used in old warehouses. Concrete basins and Natural Brass that ages over time were added as they have always been part of the building. Waterproof wallpaper was used in most bathrooms to bring the rooms back to the 21st century and add individuality to each room. The daring yet soft contrast used throughout tied all the spaces together and created a timeless look.
Waterproof wallpaper was used in most bathrooms to bring the rooms back to the 21st century and add individuality to each room.