Town House - London SW1Victorian Bathroom, Sussex
This full refurbishment boasts rooms with beautiful proportions and high ceilings. The owners required formal entertaining space and this provided us the perfect opportunity to create a truly bespoke interior. We sourced exquisite antiques, one off pieces and custom-made designs. A handful of key design pieces are peppered throughout the house. To fully reflect our clients’ tastes we added an eclectic combination of old and new furniture for an interesting visual mix, creating an interior that feels timelessly elegant and welcoming.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Paint it white A lick of all-over white paint will magically enhance the proportions of a space-squeezed bathroom. It’s also cheap and simple to do and should appeal to all tastes if you are house sharing.Take a look at bathroom schemes that will stand the test of time
Where to spend: white sanitarywareInvesting in timeless sanitaryware means you won’t have to update your bathroom in a few years. And what’s more timeless than white, which never goes out of fashion, creates a calm ambience and gives the illusion of space in small bathrooms? Be inspired by more beautiful white bathrooms
Soften with a chalky paint and woodThere are few things more pleasing (in interiors, anyway) than a pristine pale bathroom. Classic but contemporary; sophisticated but simple. Tongue and groove panelling is used here instead of tiles, which meshes with the laid-back look of the wooden floorboards. To soften the effect and swerve sterility in an all-white space like this, choose a quality paint with a matt, chalky finish for a bathroom scheme that’s easy, chic and always in fashion.