Shower Room Ideas and Designs

Bedwardine Road, Crystal Palace

James Balston
very nice - mary_krause5

Gothic modern twist

James French
flooring door - mairebyr

Case Study | Be Bold With Brass

Designed by Drummonds' Bathroom Design Service, this townhouse bathroom has a sophisticated urban edge. Our classic bathroom ware is beautifully set within a simple, modern interior, putting all the design focus onto the gleaming brass, marble and china. The pieces chosen are all on a grand scale; underlining the luxury of having a large bathroom with space for dramatic pieces such as the spectacular double china vanity basin and our Serpentine bath tub. The uncluttered simplicity of this scheme also highlights the beauty of the chosen materials and the extraordinary quality of their manufacture. Made using traditional processes such as lost wax casting, the design combines the spirit of classic bathroom ware with a look which is very much at home in contemporary interiors.
Love the gold/brass show and towel rail - niall_moloney


Metal-framed factory-style doors and windows“As a reaction to the ubiquitous uPVC doors and windows you find in many new-build homes, we predict these industrial-inspired doors and windows will be making a comeback. The use of smaller panes of glass as opposed to ultra-modern glazed walls creates a bit more of a cosy feel. “We don’t think these will just be used outside of the home. As they’re often a pricer option, we predict more of this style being used as internal doors and windows, as a fea - htdowney


Unique Home Stays
window seat panelling wooden floors - ruthmwalsh

Courtnell Street, W2

Blue tiles teamed with blond wood floors creates a fresh, sleek bathroom.
Built in units/taps/cistern - hungrypig

Surrey Fun House

Nick Smith Photography

Family Bathroom

Nick Smith
Bath and colour scheme - lisa_moore875

Yeoman's Row

lights in ceiling - keith_karney

Luxury Apartment For Kia Designs

©Anna Stathaki
Anduena - anduena_memia

Nr Cirencester - The Granary

Master ensuite shower in a Cotswold stone barn conversion. Tiles from Mandarin Stone and bathrooms from Duravit. Photography by Ed Shepherd, Project by Castellum Design and Build.

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