Serene master suiteContemporary Bathroom, London

“Milne’s meticulous eye for detail elevated this master suite to a finely-tuned alchemy of balanced design. It shows that you can use dark and dramatic pieces from our carbon fibre collection and still achieve the restful bathroom sanctuary that is at the top of clients’ wish lists.”
Miles Hartwell, Co-founder, Splinter Works Ltd

When collaborations work they are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was certainly the case in this project. I was able to respond to Splinter Works’ designs by weaving in natural materials, that perhaps weren’t the obvious choice, but they ground the high-tech materials and soften the look.

It was important to achieve a dialog between the bedroom and bathroom areas, so the graphic black curved lines of the bathroom fittings were countered by soft pink calamine and brushed gold accents.

We introduced subtle repetitions of form through the circular black mirrors, and the black tub filler. For the first time Splinter Works created a special finish for the Hammock bath and basins, a lacquered matte black surface. The suffused light that reflects off the unpolished surface lends to the serene air of warmth and tranquility.

Walking through to the master bedroom, bespoke Splinter Works doors slide open with bespoke handles that were etched to echo the shapes in the striking marbleised wallpaper above the bed.

In the bedroom, specially commissioned furniture makes the best use of space with recessed cabinets around the bed and a wardrobe that banks the wall to provide as much storage as possible. For the woodwork, a light oak was chosen with a wash of pink calamine, with bespoke sculptural handles hand-made in brass. The myriad considered details culminate in a delicate and restful space.

This is an example of a medium sized contemporary ensuite wet room bathroom in London with light wood cabinets, a freestanding bath, a wall mounted toilet, grey tiles, limestone tiles, grey walls, limestone flooring, a vessel sink, wooden worktops, grey floors, an open shower, beige worktops and flat-panel cabinets. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to What Type of Bathrooms are Houzz Users Searching for Right Now?13 October 2021

Terrific tubsIt’s all about the long, relaxing soak for Houzz users this year, as luxurious baths have risen in popularity. The search term ‘freestanding bath’ rose by 228% in 2021 compared to 2020, while the term ‘slipper bath’ increased by 237%. The curved designs of these types of baths are reminiscent of the trend for soft-shaped, comfortable furniture we’ve seen at design festivals this year. The hammock bath in this space, designed by Studio Milne, takes the idea even further. It would be impossible not to relax if you found yourself lying back in this smooth black vessel.

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Common Wetroom Mistakes and How to Avoid Them19 August 2021

Mistake 3: Using an inexperienced fitterA good installer is always key to achieving a good bathroom finish. This is even more important when it comes to wetroom installations, say our experts.The solution“Do a bit of research online, and write a list [of queries] to ask any prospective fitter,” Justine says. “If they stumble or can’t answer basic questions, don’t get them to fit your wetroom.” She recommends you ask to see photos of other jobs or, even better, see other jobs if you can. “Previous clients are usually more than happy to show you someone’s work if they were pleased with it,” she says.“There are lots of things to take into consideration when planning or designing a wetroom,” Roxanne agrees. “If you [do it] without professional help, the project can be very stressful, be difficult and often end with errors.”Ready to revamp your bathroom? Read client reviews for bathroom designers in your area and see photos of their recent projects.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Allexxus Allen added this to lexxi0706's ideas30 March 2022

bathtub and sink, gold fixtures

Veronique Cyr added this to Salle De Bain9 January 2022

Couleur robinetterie, choix des matériaux et espace douche (bémol : on oublie la douche vapeur)

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