Stuart and Andrew wanted to create a chic bathroom which was reminiscent of a hotel bathroom experience. Storage was key in this room, but the storage had to be chic. A recess was created within the design to provide a space for towels, candles etc. These bespoke glass shelves are so unusual and really add to the feeling of luxury they wanted to create within the space.
They loved the idea of having a bath which could be painted to bespoke colour, and changed again in the future if they wanted to change the look of the room. We recommended the BC “Boat” bath, which is large and a really modern take on a traditional freestanding bath.
The wall-hung WC and Bidet were incorporated for optimum hygiene and to keep the lines as clean as possible within the space. We really talked about how this room would be used when we planned the design; large made-to-measure mirrors were fitted with built-in demista pads so they didn’t steam up after showering. This meant that Stuart and Andrew could use this room to get ready in, rather than simply using to shower or bathe in.
The Imperial Vergennes classic washstand with glass shelf brought together this area of the room with the glass shelving. Considering how the individual elements of the room come together, even at the planning stage, brings an element of quality to the room which helps achieve the brief perfectly.