This master bathroom has a walk-in shower adjacent to a dry area. There is a vanity table on one side and a dressing table on the other. The cabinetry is by Abington. The pendant above the dressing table is a version of the wall lights above the vanity. The herringbone glass tiles around the wall cabinets reflect other glass elements such as crystal handles and mirror around the dressing table.
This dual-door bathroom features a wall of green handmade ceramic tiles framed by green calacatta marble. It was inspired by Marshcourt, an English manor designed by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. The room sits between a bedroom and a painting studio. There is one floor finish throughout the three rooms, but the bathroom is subtly divided into a dry and a wet area. The dry area has a herringbone parquet floor and vanity unit. The wet area is tiled and has a toilet, bath and shower. It is top lit with a long narrow roof-light.
The family bathroom was built with a skylight above the basins to flood the room with natural daylight, further reflected by the mirror beneath. A simple hexagonal tile runs across the floor and walls, with calacatta marble defining the basin area.
This is a downstairs w.c. in a Victorian house. The room is small relative to the scale of the house and had no period covings or skirting boards. We lined it with oak panelling and to cover the original sash window for modesty, a sliding oak screen was made with a hessian backing. The hand basin is clad in oak to match the wall paneling. The bathroom door is also clad in oak so as not to break the illusion.
This room was previously a bedroom on the first floor of our clients Victorian house. We divided it to make a dressing room and a bathroom. The doors are placed centrally on an axis with the window to maximise light and views to the dressing room. The black and white colour scheme has bands of black marble defining the shower, basins and WC. The WC is located discreetly behind a low wall so it is not on view when entering the room.
The children’s bathroom was long and narrow. We divided it into a wet area, with shower and bath to rear, and dry area with toilet and basin to the front. The shower and bath area are tiled in yellow and the dry area is tiled with grey and yellow patterned tiles.
For the master bathroom of this house by the sea, we took inspiration from the design of luxury yachts, with a curving seamless vanity made of Corian and floating oak shelf beneath. A marble with horizontal veining runs around one side of the room into the shower and informs the floor tile colour.
This master bathroom in a Victorian house was created from a smaller adjoining room. We built out a wall to create recessed cabinets and used traditional sanitary ware. The walls are lined with Lincrusta, a material associated with the period. The floors are mosaic with a double border.
The brief for the family bathroom was to make it appear as if minimal intervention had taken place. We created bays to house the shower, basin and WC. Mosaic tiles were used to add colour, texture, and pattern and reflect original mosaics elsewhere in the house. The original bath was restored and Lincrusta panelling added around the room to dado height.
This bathroom is divided into two areas with a vanity and bath to the front and a shower area and enclosed wc to the rear. The shower has a skylight above it. The colour scheme started with the onyx slab used in the shower, with glass mosaic wall tiles and black terrazzo floor tiles chosen to compliment it. The window is lined in the same onyx and was also used on the vanity top.