The client requested a pink pallet, double raised sinks and shaving cabinets for extra storage.
The focus on this room was to create an open space with a bright, clean, fresh and modern feeling that the family of four could enjoy.
My aim was to design a room that would incorporate the heritage of the house. By continuing the Victorian skirting, cornice and architraves I was able to create a consistent flow from room to room.
By adding the scalloped wall panelling I was able to incorporate a modern element which can easily be removed or painted another colour if the clients decided they wanted a change in the future.
This ensuite will forever grow with the house rather than date as design choices come and go in years to come.
Again I wanted to focus on the heritage elements of the house so we kept the lead light window and ceiling rose which became the main features of the room.
The client requested a freestanding tap, window above the shower, light grey floor tiles and to incorporate green marble somewhere.
The children of this house now have lots of room to splash during bath time and as they grow plenty of room to share between the two of them.