The design of this bathroom is based around the feature bathtub set against timber cladding which separates the walk-in shower from the rest of the space. Decorated with slate tiles, it gives off a very natural, zen vibe. The design incorporates original feature cabinets above the shower fusing the bathroom and living space together.
- The shower is set within a secluded space. This is done through the use of darker tiles. By using contrasting materials, we can create zones in larger bathrooms.
- The bathtub becomes the central feature by placing it in the middle of the room. It is important to allow for circulation space around the tub for ease of movement and maintenance.
- The large windows equipped with matching shutters offer plenty of natural light to flow into space and allow you to bathe in total privacy and tranquillity.
- The timber is carried through to the vanity unit. It is important to have some consistency with the materials. We tend to limit this to 2-3 colours/materials to provide a flow throughout the space and for it to not look too cluttered.
- A "his and hers" basin unit is a great way of maximising storage if you have the space for it.
- The large mirror reflects the rest of the bathroom creating the illusion of a bigger space.