Lake District Property transitional-bathroom
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Lake District Property Transitional Bathroom

The contemporary bathrooms at Mr & Mrs Weatherhill's property in the Lake District truly exude timeless elegance.

This project was a great opportunity to supply top-end products creating a real Wow factor in the home. Brands such as Villeroy & Boch, Hansgrohe and Bisque are shown to their full advantage creating amazing bathrooms that reflect the owners' sense of aesthetics.
An excellent partnership was formed between ourselves and Paul Dixon Ltd, the highly skilled Project Manager / Building Contractor, whose attention to detail and stonemasonry expertise contributed to some truly stylish and timeless bathrooms.

Photos by Paul Craig ( for James Hargreaves Bathrooms.
Design ideas for a traditional bathroom in Other. — Houzz

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ligla wrote:
The floor - What type of wood is the floor. Where can purchase this?

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Carolyn Parker Interior Design Ltd. added this to Ask a Designer: Where Do I Start With My Bathroom Redesign?
Reflect the period of your propertyThis is my dream bathroom in my dream house – a very simple and elegant freestanding tub that sits beautifully with the stunning sash windows. It’s your designer’s job to be sympathetic to the house and, in this case, the scheme works perfectly. Despite the room’s role, you are still aware of the period of the property.
Susannah E James added this to Lifestyle: 10 Things to do Before Putting Your House Up For Sale
Sort the small stuffTouch up paintwork and fix cracked tiles, loose door handles or dripping taps. They may seem like minor quibbles, but they’ll set alarm bells ringing for a buyer, who’ll wonder what else hasn’t been maintained.How to banish bathroom clutter
Luisa Rollenhagen added this to Exploring Architecture: Discover the Secrets of Edwardian Homes
Neo-Georgian influencesMulti-paned sash windows, popularised in Georgian architecture, made a comeback in Edwardian homes. ‘It was all about the big spaces and getting natural light in,’ Michael Parinchy explains, which is why big sash windows and big patio doors that let in plenty of natural light became popular.Many Edwardian homes also featured multi-paned leaded windows.
Amanda Pollard added this to 23 Baths You’ll Want to Relax in, Just to Take in the View
James Hargreaves Bathrooms

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Natalie Tan added this to Bathrooms
Wooden panelling on walls, freestanding bath, furniture in bathroom

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