The finished design was a beautifully bold bathroom. Adding a touch of traditional and heritage style we opted for a Hurlingham roll top bath which was finished in a statement Farrow and Ball yellow, Babouche 223 - this is a wow colour. The yellow translated over to the walls which created a bright and light room with a dramatic effect upon entering. Having a bold colour scheme was a key part to this design and the bespoke unit allowed us to be creative introducing a contrasting colour.
The finishes were a mix of chrome and brass in a traditional style and this really picked out the tones within the room. Maximising the space in the room, we added a large corner shower with a Roman enclosure, again adding a heritage brassware.
The tiles were paired back in order to not conflict with the design but were still a statement in themselves, the simple black and white flooring complemented the overall look, while the shower area introduced a new finished with a traditional glaze square tile with a darker green undertone.