pentyakTransitional Bathroom, Cornwall
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Go for soft greysHoping to give your bathroom a calm feel? Pale grey tiles, like the ones in this beautiful space, are ideal for creating a tranquil effect. This is a big room, but the tiles would work just as well in a smaller area, as a pale palette helps to create a feeling of space. The designers have chosen metro tiles with a rippled and glossy finish to add some shiny texture, and teamed them with a simple mosaic above the sink. By opting for two tile types, the designers have added interest, while the neutral colour palette keeps things simple.Discover fresh design ideas for grey bathrooms
Three of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, including this spacious one on the ground floor. The freestanding bath and white-painted oak vanity unit are teamed with a mix of tiles, including pretty glass mosaics above the basins and a subtle, washed-out blue design around the bath and shower. Fired Earth designed the bathroom layouts with the owners. The stud-work boxing-out around the bath was used to conceal a new water supply which went up into the loft space. It has been made into a design feature thanks to the LED spotlights embedded into the recess.Tiles, bath and vanity unit, all Fired Earth.