Mr and Mrs Hardman had an extension built, which was to become their new bathroom. Working off Architects plans rather than the finished room, we created a bathroom space with very little downtime between build and completion.
They wanted a modern bathroom with simple, clean lines and a grey and white colour palette. The new space was large with an apex ceiling so furniture had to be big to be appropriate for the size of the room. A double sink unit was a must, and storage incorporated underneath was a key element of the brief. In the shower area a recess for bottles was built into the wall and hidden behind a simple glass screen to maintain that clean look.
The Victoria and Albert “Amiata” freestanding bath was suggested to draw the eye to the window at the far end of the room, and to make the most of the views of the rolling hills beyond. Made from white volcanic limestone, this bath stays much warmer than its comparators, meaning this really is a bathroom to enjoy a long soak in. The V&A Tombolo bath rack shown here is the perfect holder for a book or glass of wine, if a long bath is your thing.
The double sink unit is 1600 wide, made from a composite resin in a matt white this is one piece of resin, so there are no joins to worry about keeping clean in the future.
The wall-hung WC by Villeroy and Boch has built-in ViFresh technology; there are compartments for a gel and rim block so they are effective but cannot be seen. The cleaner than comes out into the rimless pan which is not only excellent for hygiene but looks great too.