Glenshaw MansionsContemporary Bathroom, London

Jack Hobhouse

This is an example of a small contemporary bathroom in London with flat-panel cabinets. —  Houzz
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fatma_muFatma Mu wrote:30 December 2015
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    Dabrovska Design
    5 years ago
    Hi,
    Which supplier did use use for Tadelakt installation?
    Thanks,
    Joanna
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    Decor Tadelakt
    5 years ago
    This was one of our applications www.tadelakt.co.uk. Glad you like it!
peta_kilianPeta K wrote:27 December 2016
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    RISE Design Studio
    5 years ago
    Hi Peta, these are from Vola
  • G A
    4 years ago
    Are they brushed gold finish or a standard glossy gold?
studio_toSTUDIO TO wrote:25 May 2016
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    Decor Tadelakt
    5 years ago
    Hi Suzanne, this is one of our applications. See more of our work at www.tadelakt.co.uk
  • PRO
    RISE Design Studio
    2 years ago

    Hi, yes it was carried out by Decor Tadelakt: www.tadelakt.co.uk

ruth3332Ruth Jubert wrote:28 May 2018
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    RISE Design Studio
    2 years ago

    Hi Ruth, apologies for the delay in responding. The steel beam is actually boxed in with fire-rated plasterboard and then Tadelakt applied. Best wishes, Sean

chris_mcgowan72Chris McGowan wrote:24 July 2016
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    RISE Design Studio
    2 years ago

    Hi, the shower screen is from Aston Matthews, Best wishes, Sean

laura_ann_webbLaura Webb wrote:9 March 2016
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    RISE Design Studio
    2 years ago

    Hi, contact Aston Matthews in London they'll be able to help. Kind regards, Sean

sameera_hassanSameera Hassan wrote:8 March 2016
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    RISE Design Studio
    6 years ago

    Hi Sameera,


    These are Brass fittings designed by Vola, please see link to their website

    http://en.vola.com

    The plaster is a moroccan type called Tadelakt.


    We are glad you like it ! :)

    Kind regards,


    RISE Design Studio Team



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sarahlalcroft
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kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 11 Interesting Ways to Illuminate Your Bathroom7 July 2020

Swerve spotlightsCeiling spots are not the only option for flush illumination from above in a bathroom, as shown in this clean-lined space by RISE Design Studio.The architecture firm has made use of an unavoidable structural beam by boxing it in (with fire-rated plasterboard and then tadelakt – a type of waterproof plaster) and running a strip of LED lighting along its length. This is mirrored on the other side of the room, with a strip that runs along the ceiling above the bath.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Would You Use This Stunning Waterproof Surface in Your Home?15 May 2018

Shine a lightAccentuate the colour variations in the lime plaster by being clever with your lighting. Here, the bathroom has been coated from floor to ceiling in pale grey tadelakt. LED strips tucked along the recesses in the ceiling illuminate the walls to highlight the marbled effect on the plastered surface.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Redecorating Your Space? Here’s an Area You Might Have Forgotten8 January 2018

Match with the wallsYou don’t have to choose a bold shade or tactile material – you can make a big statement on your ceiling by using the same colour or finish as on the other surfaces in the room. In this stunning bathroom, the designers have coated the walls with a Moroccan polished lime plaster called Tadelakt. If they’d stopped at the top of the walls and left the ceiling a standard white, it might not have had the same effect. Instead, the plaster continues up and over, creating a cave-like effect that embraces the whole space. Clever recessed lighting adds even more drama.What do you think of these ideas for statement ceilings? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.

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Louise O'Bryan added this to 11 Times Windowless Bathrooms Have Worked14 September 2017

Mimic the sunlightIf you’re still keen on bringing in a sense of the outdoors, try installing a dramatic drop-ceiling with recessed lighting at the edges that mimics sunlight streaming in from above. The light is then directed down the walls and will highlight any interesting wall textures or tiles to make this the focus of the room. Here, brass details further hint at the idea of sunshine.How to make the most of on-trend brass in your bathroom

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