Contemporary Bathroom Ideas and Designs

Victorian Renovation
Victorian Renovation
Simpson & VoyleSimpson & Voyle
A bathroom with a floor as the main feature. We wanted to create a sense of space as there is no natural lighting and this simple but repetitive pattern makes the space feel fun, contemporary but calm.
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Dalston Warehouse - 3 Bed Apt
Dalston Warehouse - 3 Bed Apt
ONLYCHILD STUDIOONLYCHILD STUDIO
Full refurbishment and interior design of a three bedroom warehouse conversion on a cobbled street in one of East London's coolest neighbourhoods. The apartment was designed with entertaining in mind, keeping the decor chic yet eclectic to convey a sense of sophisticated fun. The sleek U-shaped matt grey kitchen with bespoke open-shelving opening onto the jungle inspired lounge coupled with the pale grey laminate flooring create a feeling of vast bright space. The statement pieces play a vital role in elevating the space as a whole from the limited edition disco-ball trolley bar and super-luxe Eichholtz palm tree floor lamp to the brass egg chair imported from Amsterdam nestled in the corner of the lounge.
Rodenhurst Road
Rodenhurst Road
Adica LimitedAdica Limited
This stunning extension, loft conversion and garden design makes this beautiful home perfect for hosting!
The Stacked Brick Extension
The Stacked Brick Extension
YARD ArchitectsYARD Architects
The Stacked Brick Extension is a ground floor wrap around extension to a small Victorian terraced house in Stoke Newington. The original house had an odd layout, with the main bathroom on the ground floor at the back of the kitchen and no bathroom on the first floor. The ceiling height was very low on the ground floor creating a very unwelcoming kitchen and there was no connection with the garden. The extension creates a sociable open plan kitchen diner with sliding doors opening onto a new patio. We lowered the floor to create better ceiling height in the kitchen and opened up the pitched roof internally to create even more volume and define the dining space. The extension is constructed from a pale yellow brick to complement the traditional yellow stock brick of the original house, but lend a more contemporary feel. The bricks are stack bonded to create a geometric pattern. The garden and patio are all constructed form the same brickwork which helps the spaces flow together and gives a greater sense of space and continuity in the small garden. Internally a simple palette of materials includes exposed Ash rafters, Birch face plywood to form a dining room bench, dark green kitchen cabinets and grey floor tiles.
Warm neutral bathroom
Warm neutral bathroom
Balance Interior DesignBalance Interior Design
A large bespoke dark timber vanity unit sits over terracotta coloured cement floor tiles. Soft lighting and limewash painted walls create a calm, natural finished bathroom.
Walthamstow Village (ugly house to lovely house)
Walthamstow Village (ugly house to lovely house)
Studio FabbriStudio Fabbri
Reconfiguration of a dilapidated bathroom and separate toilet in a Victorian house in Walthamstow village. The original toilet was situated straight off of the landing space and lacked any privacy as it opened onto the landing. The original bathroom was separate from the WC with the entrance at the end of the landing. To get to the rear bedroom meant passing through the bathroom which was not ideal. The layout was reconfigured to create a family bathroom which incorporated a walk-in shower where the original toilet had been and freestanding bath under a large sash window. The new bathroom is slightly slimmer than the original this is to create a short corridor leading to the rear bedroom. The ceiling was removed and the joists exposed to create the feeling of a larger space. A rooflight sits above the walk-in shower and the room is flooded with natural daylight. Hanging plants are hung from the exposed beams bringing nature and a feeling of calm tranquility into the space.
North Kensington Villa
North Kensington Villa
BroseleyBroseley
We carried out a full refurbishment and remodelling of this wonderful grade II listed villa, located in North Kensington. Complete with a home library, open fireplaces throughout and use of original wooden beams. This home merges the old and the new perfectly. Photography – Signature Agency

Contemporary Bathroom Ideas and Designs

THE DUTCH BRICK HOUSE, DULWICH
THE DUTCH BRICK HOUSE, DULWICH
NOTO ArchitectsNOTO Architects
Extension to a semi-detached terraced house within The Dulwich Estate, London
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Ireland
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