Family House in North LondonTransitional Bathroom, London
The Family Bathroom has been created by joining up the previous Bathroom and separate WC. The latter has been transformed into a walk-in shower.
Handmade hexagon shaped floor tiles make this room into a traditional bathroom. The white metro tiles on the walls compliment toe traditional polished chrome sanitaryware fittings.
The walk in shower has tiled shelves and an exposed shower head.
Photography by Verity Cahill
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Work with anglesIf some of the walls and doorways in your Victorian property aren’t at right angles, you could use design tricks to make a feature of them. Here, for example, VORBILD Architecture has used geometric floor tiles to highlight the different angles in the bathroom.The lines running in different directions work with the various shapes in the space, and the bold floor contrasts well with the more neutral scheme in the hallway.See more of this Victorian terrace with a Scandi twist.Do you need help with your bathroom renovation? Find a list of bathroom designers and fitters in your area and read reviews from previous clients.
Here’s another example of geometrics, this time on just one surface and with more colour. Feature floors like this are popping up in many bathrooms, and the geometric designs are a move away from the patchwork tiles we were seeing previously.
The striking turquoise geometric floor tiles add bold colour in here. They’re another expression of Canham’s love for pattern.Knot tiles in Jade/Milk by Popham Design, Marrakech Design. Bathroom fittings, St James Collection.