Grey Mosaics, Yate, Bristol
This bathroom really shows that you don’t necessarily need to be colourful to stand out. Although almost the entire room has been designed in monochrome, it’s still spectacular.
Grey tiles have been used throughout, with the walls and floors matching, and then mosaics have been used to highlight certain areas and break up the design. Chrome brassware continues the theme but with all the plumbing hidden in the walls. The large piece of textured glass looks amazing and is a real stand out feature. The shower controls are situated at the entrance to the enclosure so that temperature and flow can be adjusted before actually stepping into the shower itself.
Easy cleaning has been considered as well as looks. The basin is mounted on top of a wall-hung unit so it’s easy to get underneath it. The bath looks like a freestanding bath at first glance, but is actually a back to wall style which means there’s no little nooks and crannies for dirt to get stuck in. This also gives just enough of a surface to mount all of the controls, spouts and even a shower handset on an extendable hose.