Clement Windows Group Ltd
Interior designer Anne-Marie Leigh has completely renovated her home in Godalming, Surrey from top to bottom and the house now looks fantastic. Clement’s EB16 windows were chosen to replace the original metal fenestration, offering not only great looks but also much improved thermal performance. Anne-Marie discusses the project and her experience working with Clement: “When we moved into our Arts and Crafts home it was clear that we had a big project on our hands. The house hadn’t really been touched for 40+ years so one of the first things we knew we needed to do was to replace the single glazed steel windows. The insulation was terrible and the house was cold and draughty. The original wooden window frames were in great condition so we just needed to replace the actual glass element and to remain true to the architecture and style of the house we knew the windows had to be steel. After lots of research we found a local company, Clement Windows and loved their slim framed steel windows which were perfect for our property. From our first meeting with Clement right through to ordering and installation our experience was fantastic. It was not the easiest of jobs as the windows had to be installed in stages due to a bigger building project to extend and totally refurbish the house but Clement have been so easy to deal with every step of the way. The new steel windows really transform the house back to its former glory. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Clement Windows Group.” Photography: Nick Smith Photography www.nsphotography.co.uk
Jeremy Colson Bathrooms
Handmade basin unit & wall mirror unit by Jeremy Colson.
The large-format textured tiles are from Porcelanosa and provide a perfect contrast against the clean lines of the Duravit high gloss finished vanity units.
Christopher Peters Kitchens and Interiors
As part of this townhouse project we designed and made bespoke bathroom storage for an en-suite in a modern shaker style, which included pull-out laundry bins. We also designed and made bespoke vanity units in two further en-suite bathrooms. All sanitary ware is by Victoria & Albert. Bathroom storage hand painted in Farrow and Ball's Blackened with lacquered oak interiors.
Studio 28 Interiors Ltd
A contemporary, industrial scheme for this guest bedroom ensuite bathroom with black brassware and feature shower screen.
Warrington + Rose
Huntsmore handled the complete design and build of this bathroom extension in Brook Green, W14. Planning permission was gained for the new rear extension at first-floor level. Huntsmore then managed the interior design process, specifying all finishing details. The client wanted to pursue an industrial style with soft accents of pinkThe proposed room was small, so a number of bespoke items were selected to make the most of the space. To compliment the large format concrete effect tiles, this concrete sink was specially made by Warrington & Rose. This met the client's exacting requirements, with a deep basin area for washing and extra counter space either side to keep everyday toiletries and luxury soapsBespoke cabinetry was also built by Huntsmore with a reeded finish to soften the industrial concrete. A tall unit was built to act as bathroom storage, and a vanity unit created to complement the concrete sink. The joinery was finished in Mylands' 'Rose Theatre' paintThe industrial theme was further continued with Crittall-style steel bathroom screen and doors entering the bathroom. The black steel works well with the pink and grey concrete accents through the bathroom. Finally, to soften the concrete throughout the scheme, the client requested a reindeer moss living wall. This is a natural moss, and draws in moisture and humidity as well as softening the room.
London Flat Renovations
We removed two dark bathrooms and replaced them with these seamless, light and luxurious shower rooms. The walls are clad in Avonite and the basin is integrated Corian solid surface. We built the unit below the basin and the mirrored cabinets above to provide plenty of light and storage for our clients.
Set within a classic 3 story townhouse in Clifton is this stunning ensuite bath and steam room. The brief called for understated luxury, a space to start the day right or relax after a long day. The space drops down from the master bedroom and had a large chimney breast giving challenges and opportunities to our designer. The result speaks for itself, a truly luxurious space with every need considered. His and hers sinks with a book-matched marble slab backdrop act as a dramatic feature revealed as you come down the steps. The steam room with wrap around bench has a built in sound system for the ultimate in relaxation while the freestanding egg bath, surrounded by atmospheric recess lighting, offers a warming embrace at the end of a long day.
West One Bathrooms Ltd
When the homeowners purchased this Victorian family home, this bathroom was originally a dressing room. With two beautiful large sash windows which have far-fetching views of the sea, it was immediately desired for a freestanding bath to be placed underneath the window so the views can be appreciated. 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 family life. The bathroom is accessed from the main bedroom via a few steps. Honed marble hexagon tiles from Ca’Pietra adorn the floor and the Victoria + Albert Amiata freestanding bath with its organic curves and elegant proportions sits in front of the sash window for an elegant impact and view from the bedroom.
Progressive Design London
The master en-suite - Brushed copper fittings, built in mirrored cupboard, Steam Room & Walk-in Shower.