WIMBLEDON FAMILY HOUSETransitional Bathroom, London

Here are a couple of examples of bathrooms at this project, which have a 'traditional' aesthetic. All tiling and panelling has been very carefully set-out so as to minimise cut joints.

Built-in storage and niches have been introduced, where appropriate, to provide discreet storage and additional interest.

Photographer: Nick Smith

Photo of a small traditional family bathroom in London with a vessel sink, a claw-foot bath, white tiles, metro tiles, freestanding cabinets, white cabinets, a shower/bath combination, a wall mounted toilet, white walls, slate flooring, wooden worktops, grey floors, a shower curtain and white worktops. —  Houzz
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simonehp wrote:27 Dec 2014
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    Hi - the blinds were purchased from The Natural Linen Company, fabric was either Normandy or Whistaple Stripe I believe. Warm regards, Rebecca (P.S. you can order online)
  • mamta_ruparel
    Hi- I was looking for this too and couldn't find it on the suggested site but something very similar on natural curtain company suitable for bathrooms... Thanks for the inspiration for my bathroom. :)

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Victoria Harrison added this to Ask a Designer: What’s the Best Way to Dress my Windows?24 Oct 2014

Match to the roomThe room’s function should influence what you hang at the windows. While long, pooling curtains may add glamour to a bedroom or living space, they are less practical in busy rooms, such as the bathroom and kitchen, where functionality is the priority. ‘It’s possible to source fabrics that have been specially treated and are suitable for bathrooms and kitchens,’ says Kia Sunda. ‘But some fabrics, such as silk, which rots, should never be used in these moisture-rich environments.’

ruthlgarner
Ruth Garner added this to Bathroom Planning: Shower-bath Combinations That Don’t Scrimp on Style25 Jul 2014

Install the shower head in the ceiling Avoid lots of plumbing on the walls and instead install a monsoon shower head in the ceiling. It will provide a luxurious drenching while taking up very little space. White shower curtains against white walls minimises their impact.

nataliewain
Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Home!9 May 2014

Email the link of your ideabook to ukeditor@houzz.co.ukWhat we’re looking for: crisp, well-lit, high-resolution photos of homes with fresh and inspiring design ideas.Submissions will not automatically be published on Houzz. Each submission will be reviewed by the Houzz editorial team for consideration and, in some cases, an editor may reach out to you to request additional photos or to schedule a photo shoot.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Aisling Kirwan added this to bathroom7 Jun 2019

save headroom space by having shower come right out of ceiling, curtains draped around the back look less scaldy

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