Bathroom 4, Sydney Road, Bath
A very interesting project in collaboration with Charlotte Langley Interior design.
This beautiful space utilizes light tones and clever product choices to ensure the room includes everything you would need but still feels spacious.
A freestanding bath has been fitted close to one wall. The curved shape of this gives the impression of space around it and the bath also features very thin walls for the smallest footprint possible. Adjacent is a floorstanding bath mixer which also features a shower handset. The basin sits atop a frame rather than a furniture unit. By using a frame it not only provides a more traditional feel but also lets the light travel through which makes the space feel less confined. The toilet is a traditional style with a matching thick toilet seat, but it is a back to wall pan so has been fitted up against the wall with the cistern hidden within the wall and saving more space.
Finally one corner of the room has a natural nook and so the shower has been designed to fit this space. A low profile tray has been used to give very little step up into the enclosure and the open sides are all enclosed in clear glass to keep the space well-lit.
This grade listed Georgian property had a previous life as an office space but has been painstakingly converted back into this residential grand mansion. The 7 bathrooms ranged from cloakrooms, bathrooms and wetrooms to the jewel in the piece which was the spacious Master En-suite.