Bathroom with Black and White Tiles Ideas and Designs
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Here’s a recent bathroom project we helped design and supply for a client which we’ve fallen in love with. Three bathrooms in a beautiful family home in Battersea, London, our design consultant took little time in delivering bathroom designs which cater to the whole family. With a kid’s bathroom, master ensuite and shower room part of the project, the master ensuite clearly displays a combination of elegance, space, and practicality. The stunning Clearwater freestanding bathtub sits directly opposite the entrance to this bathroom, with a wonderful walk-in shower to it’s left with the luxurious European Tiles Classic Statuario tiles creating a standout feature wall. With wall hung features such as the StoneKAST Uni WC and Faeber basin and units adding practicality and maximising floor space in this room, the master ensuite is the standout room in this project. The kid’s bathroom has the practicality of a bath shower combination with the Bette Ocean inset bathtub incorporating a bath panel and shower fixtures, whilst the soft hue of the Apavisa Encaustic 2.0 floor tiles along with the white fixtures in this room add to the overall subtleness of this bathroom. Another project successfully completed by the BathroomsByDesign team. If this project gives you the inspiration to renovate your own bathroom, get in touch!
Red Raven Design Ltd
Jayson Branch, Castrads Ltd
Studio 30 Architects
An award winning project to transform a two storey Victorian terrace house into a generous family home with the addition of both a side extension and loft conversion. The side extension provides a light filled open plan kitchen/dining room under a glass roof and bi-folding doors gives level access to the south facing garden. A generous master bedroom with en-suite is housed in the converted loft. A fully glazed dormer provides the occupants with an abundance of daylight and uninterrupted views of the adjacent Wendell Park. Winner of the third place prize in the New London Architecture 'Don't Move, Improve' Awards 2016 Photograph: Salt Productions
Karo and Co Interiors Ltd
Loft bathroom design inspired by love to wood, forest, and simplicity by Scandinavian design culture. Playing with different textures and vibrant contrast of black walls and Carrara white marble floor. Our colour scheme: white, black, light brow of natural wood, grey & green. Does your bathroom need a facelift? or planning loft extension? Overwhelmed with too many options and not sure what colours to choose? Send us a msg, we are here to help you with your project!
Minoli - Porcelain & Ceramic Tiles
Walls: Minoli Marvel Brick Statuario Select 8/31.5 Floors: Minoli Marvel Statuario Select Matt 60/60
Amy Shirlaw Interiors
A small but fully equipped bathroom with a warm, bluish green on the walls and ceiling. Geometric tile patterns are balanced out with plants and pale wood to keep a natural feel in the space.
Brian O'Tuama Architects
A modern bathroom with a mid-century influence
Unique Home Stays
Claudia Dorsch Interior Design Ltd
MWAI Architecture and Interiors
Parker Bathrooms & Kitchens
This vibrant modern bathroom features vivid black and white retro tiles, complimented by the rooms design of cool grey walls and units, copper detailing and mustard yellow accessories. There is a luxurious open shower with a circular side sliding door maximising the space. A fitted basin with bespoke curved top and fun pop star feature mirror. One of the most functional elements of this bathroom is the hidden washer and dryer area and bespoke grey fitted units, which give ample storage, whilst remaining super stylish.
Simon Tong Associates
The basement bathroom took its cues from the black industrial rainwater pipe running across the ceiling. The bathroom was built into the basement of an ex-school boiler room so the client wanted to maintain the industrial feel the area once had.