Tavistock’s extensive range includes bathroom furniture, showers, sanitaryware and taps. They also have a great choice of finishing touches, from mirrors and cabinets to toilet seats and bath panels.
Functional, stylish and backed with excellent guarantees, Tavistock products will help you create the perfect relaxing sanctuary in which to start or finish your day.
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|Tavistock Bathroom Directory 2021||18.04 MB||11-Mar-2021|
|Tavistock Classic Collection 2020||16.18 MB||11-Mar-2021|
|Tavistock Mirrors and Cabinets 2021||3.13 MB||11-Mar-2021|
|Tavistock Fitted Furniture 2021||5.56 MB||11-Mar-2021|
Projects Featuring Tavistock
Morris Lane, Bath
This bijou wetroom uses a space saving corner basin with vanity unit for much needed storage. The textured wall tiles add an element of interest to the room as the lighting casts varying shadows across the surfaces. Picking a similar colour for the floor tile gives an illusion of more space as at some points it can blend the floor and wall edges where they meet making them seem as one.
Warminster Road, Bath
This pentangle shower fits the space perfectly with the corner access leaving room for a tall thin radiator that has a large heat output. The feature patterned floor tile oozes style and brings the whole design together. The wall mounted vanity unit gives the illusion of more space as more of the stylish floor tiles can be seen underneath. The round mirror adds a softer shape in to the equation and stops the whole layout from being too angular.
Hotel, Russel St, Bath
This Hotel bathroom renovation was carried out one room at a time to keep the business fully functioning. The basins were carefully picked so that they provided a space for customer wash bags and toiletries. They are mostly wall hung for ease of cleaning the floor underneath usually with no furniture to reduce the chance of water damage by guests. The majority of the rooms had showers over the bath so guests have have the option of either the shower or the bath function. Steel baths were chosen for their strength and resilience to scratches and chemicals.
Most of the mirrors were illuminated with a built in shaver socket on the side to give a sleek appearance. They also had demister pads to stop them steaming up and even some had magnifying zones.
The toilets chosen were back to wall with the concealed cisterns housed in some tiled boxing that also provided a useful ledge and some shelves glass were added above for extra storage.
Easy to use taps and showers were picked so that guests could operate without any help or guidance.
The sleek rooms are minimal, calming and a classic hotel styling that was appropriate with the building.
Emerson’s Green, Bristol
This bathroom & shower room was installed by the skilled team at Aquabathrooms. The shower room has a stunning walk-in shower with a very on trend crittall effect shower screen , a shower system with drench head and some shimmering mosaic effect wall tiles. They also used a coloured shower tray for a wetroom look.
The counter top basin is sat on a wall hung, treated wooden shelf. The beautiful illuminated mirror above has a very practical demister pad so that it doesn’t steam up.
In the bathroom they have angled off the soil stack in the corner with some diagonal boxing to make it blend in more. Normally the vertical waste pipe (required for pressure release in the waste pipe) is an obvious square boxing in the corner of the room.
Church St, Bath
The stylish shower room really does stand out with the great use contrasting tiles in the shower and behind the basin. The illuminated mirror really helps to bring out the accent colour with the blue LED glow. This mirror can easily be adjusted to the users preference of brightness and colour temperature as well as being steam free and touch-less switch.
The fashionable, special finish basin mixer and shower system are bang on trend and give a very boutique look to the room.
In the bathroom the back to wall bath has achieved a freestanding look that gives the feeling of luxury which is highlighted by the darker contrasting tiles behind. The back edge of the bath is sealed to the wall which is water tight and easy to clean. It also helps if you are conscious of space and they tend to be easier to install too. The large recess alcove above the bath allows plenty of space for candles and toiletries. There is also a large bespoke mirror above the bath which gives the illusion of a larger room and helps reflect light around.
Forester Road, Bath
The classic grey and white colour theme helps give this bathroom a clean and bright finish. The round shapes are carried through nearly all the products including the bath, basin and mirror giving a soft and gentle appearance.
The freestanding bath has the tall freestanding bath shower mixer in the corner making it more subtle whilst still allowing for the bath to be used from either end.
The curvy basin with floorstanding vanity unit gives maximum storage and the swan neck basin mixer has a adjustable spout to rotate out the way when washing your face.
Altogether a fabulous room well executed and the smaller cloakroom is a clean and practical design.
Claremont Place, Bath
This project was set in a period property with some quirky features. The bathroom is set over two levels and some steps with two distinct zones. The lower area is the practical frequently used area near the entrance with the wall hung basin & vanity unit and also the wall toilet hung toilet taking up half the steps width. The upper zone is the relaxing bathing area with a view out the window and within reach a heated towel rail for a dry towel.
The use of two large bespoke mirrors has given the illusion of a larger room and helps bounce the natural light around. The white/grey marble tiles give a classic and fresh feel of the room and seamlessly make the room merge as one even though it is made up of two levels.
Our designer Rob has utilized an interesting mix of items in this design to achieve the final design. The units are a mix of R2, Tavistock and Roper Rhodes. These are all produced by the same company but are separate ranges, luckily they produce identical colours! This means that a decent mix of units was possible to achieve the storage needs required by the customer.
The cistern unit is a bespoke piece built so that it could be tiled over.
The inside wall of the shower is a stud wall, built 100mm out from the original wall which allows the workings of the shower valve to be hidden and an alcove to be fitted for extra storage.
We have included some of the original designs produced for this project in the photos.