This master en-suite is accessed via a few steps from the bedroom, so the perspective on the space was a tricky one when it came to design. With lots of natural light, the brief was to keep the space fresh and clean, but also relaxing and sumptuous. Previously, the space was fragmented and was in need of a cohesive design. By placing the shower in the eaves at one end and the bath at the other, it gave a sense of balance and flow to the space. This is truly a beautiful space that feels calm and collected when you walk in – the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Powder Pink En-Suite
East Finchley, London
It was a large room, but relatively narrow so the design had to bring all elements together. The client wanted to use a palette of powder pinks, white Carrara marble effect and brushed gold and natural wood to add warmth. Our designer Kirsten Wain was mindful to keep the space feeling fresh and clean but also relaxing and sumptuous. For the vanity unit, we choose the double antoniolupi vanity in a blush pink with walnut legs. A bespoke round mirror with oversized hanging pendant lights either side adds grandeur and drama.
Rather than introducing too many colours, we alternated the tiling which was all Carrara effect but with different formats such as hexagons in the shower to add interest and square format on the floor.