Lansdown Heights, Bath
These three bathrooms all reside in the same property and have been designed to complement each other with matching tiles and colours used throughout. A neutral clay grey has been chosen as the primary colour, with an oak finish for the worktops which matches the doors and frames. This has produced a very calming atmosphere, with a strip of mosaic tiles around the rooms to break up the grey.
All of the plumbing has been hidden within units or within stud walls built out to accommodate it, such as with the shower. This has also allowed for storage spaces to be built into the wall for the showers and bath. Semi-countertop basins have been utilised to allow for slimmer depth units and worktops to be fitted, giving more floorspace without compromising on the size of the basin.
Two rooms feature large walk in showers, with one being a wetroom with a tileable tray concealed under the floor, only the waste opening giving it away and a single piece of glass serving to prevent the shower from jetting directly into the rest of the room. The controls in both have been situated to once side to allow the use to adjust the temperature to their liking before having to step into the water. Overhead shower heads have been mounted high up and are supplemented by handsets attached by a hose. The third room features a bath instead of a walk in shower, but a shower handset has still been included and the same design principles have been used for exceptional functionality and aesthetics.