Situated within a Grade II listed Victorian manor house, it was important that the design of this family bathroom was in keeping with the property whilst still remaining modern. For this reason we picked contemporary sanitaryware and brassware but kept the colour scheme neutral and timeless. For example the use of metro tiles also kept the traditional feel whilst their dark grey polished finish was more contemporary.
Having both a separate bath and shower was important to the client due to having a young family so we specified a freestanding bath and positioned it in the corner of the room to create a feature which also allowed more space for a generous walk in shower.
The grey Geberit Acanto vanity unit was the perfect choice for hiding away all of the family’s toiletries with its large drawers. We also replicated the grey glass front of the unit onto the splashback by using RAL colours to get an exact match, resulting in a seamless sink area.
To finish the space, pendant lighting was added alongside spotlights to add a final touch of luxury and accentuate the beautiful high ceilings.
Geberit, April, Grohe, Matki, Crosswater