Bathroom Ideas and Designs
Family bathroom with walk-in shower, oversize Duravit bath and bespoke wall-hung double vanity unit. All tapware from Dornbracht and toilet from Catalano. The walls are treated with waterproof béton ciré and the floors are bespoke cement tiles. Photo by Simon Upton
Minimalist glamour. Contemporary bathroom. Our client didn't want any tiles or grout lines. We chose Tadelakt for a unique, luxurious spa-like finish that adds warmth and changes in the light.
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
FPA were approached to complete the modernisation of a large terrace townhouse in Pimlico that the clients had partially refurbished and extended using traditional idioms. The traditional Georgian cellular layout of the property has inspired the blueprint of the refurbishment. The extensive use of a streamlined contemporary vocabulary is chosen over a faux vernacular. FPA have approached the design as a series of self-contained spaces, each with bespoke features functional to the specific use of each room. They are conceived as stand-alone pieces that use a contemporary reinterpretation of the orthodox architectural lexicon and that work with the building, rather than against it. The use of elementary geometries is complemented by precious materials and finishes that contribute to an overall feeling of understated luxury. Photo by Lisa Castagner
Photo by Chris Snook
Richard Parr + Associates
A Cotswold village house was stripped back to its core, refurbished and then extended. The purpose being to create an expansive, airy and dramatic space. A space that flows and works for both family life and entertaining whilst still complimenting the existing house.
Brian O'Tuama Architects
A modern bathroom with a mid-century influence
The Secret Drawer
This bathroom was part of a multiple room project carried out by The Secret Drawer. The completely bespoke nature of the handcrafted cabinetry allowed for wall space to be used effectively, despite the sloping ceilings in this older property. Here, the shelving proves useful for storing a book, towel, and possibly a drink too, the perfect components for a relaxing bath!
Mike Garlick Photography
Pandora Taylor, London lifestyle photography.
Nicky Percival Limited
Grey porcelain tiles and glass mosaics, marble vanity top, white ceramic sinks with black brassware, glass shelves, wall mirrors and contemporary lighting
pictures by Ernest Park work by Elite Hammer
Martins Camisuli Architects
Alex Maguire Photography - Our brief was to expand this period property into a modern 3 bedroom family home. In doing so we managed to create some interesting architectural openings which introduced plenty of daylight and a very open view from front to back.
Luke White Photography