Modern bathroom design case study in Bramcote
Natural soothing palette
A complete revamp was the agenda for transforming this client's old-fashioned bathroom into a beautiful modern sanctuary.
This bathroom hadn't been changed since the 70's and the black and white theme made the room feel cold and uninviting.
Upon entering the room, you immediately faced the WC and Bidet which certainly wasn't that inspiring. Here we opted for a dramatic impression by using a free standing bath (seen here under the window) which became the main focus of the design.
If at all possible and if it's not too costly from an installation point of view, do try and plan your bathroom so that when you walk in, the toilet is not the first thing you see!
The sleekest look is achieved by matching your wall material with that of your floor.
Our design uses a natural palette of soothing, warm tones with organic materials such as travertine stone, making the room utterly relaxing and inviting.
By introducing a wall hung WC and bidet together with a concealed cistern the laborious chore of cleaning so easy. With nothing on the floor, no pipework and no nooks or crannies it becomes a complete doddle!
The room now boasts a huge wetroom showering area. The glass divider screen is unashamedly unobtrusive further enhancing the sense of space.
Each item was carefully chosen to provide a sense of luxury and timelessness. Soft curves allow the bathroom to overflow with finesse and style yet is well balanced and cleverly proportioned.
A vessel basin instantly gives the room a 5* boutique hotel feel. A large illuminated mirrored wall cabinet and reflective chrome taps and accessories were installed to help bounce light around the room.
Thank you for all your help in the design and choice of my bathroom. Everything fits perfectly and was delivered as promised and in perfect condition. This was a complete refurbishment, including tiling and it was a 100% service from start to finish.