Here we cover topics such as what is the essence of a bathroom, how to deal with clutter and how to introduce beautiful colour.
Wall tiles need not be flat. This may come as a revelation to some but an obvious design statement to others. As they do not need to be walked upon, tiles for walls can be ribbed, rippled, convex, concave or lightly textured or pitted. This look for relief tiles has been growing in popularity over recent years.
It’s easy to overlook one fundamental requirement of a bathroom, and that is storage.
We’ve certainly come a long way in just a few decades in what we demand from a bathing space; from servants carrying water upstairs in jugs, to a somewhat romantic view of our bathing or showering zone.
It's only once you start to a plan a bathroom or shower room that the subject of shower screens rears its head for the first time, unless of course you’ve inherited one in a house purchase or rental that is not fit for purpose and needs replacing quickly; never a fun job to tackle. We have devised shower screens that are worthy of a Pam and Bobby Ewing Dallas dream sequence, rather than an Alfred Hitchcock movie shocker in order to make your space as enjoyable as possible.
It really fulfils more functions that you might think. In some homes it doubles as utility room and boot room, or even a coat and shoe store. In others it has as much thought behind its design as any sitting room, and is dressed for maximum visual appeal.