Case Study | Drymen Townhouse
This stunning bathroom sits within a beautiful townhouse in the village of Drymen, located in the Stirling district in central Scotland.
As the master bathroom, care has been taken here to create a beautiful environment, whilst also maximising use of the space so that it can be enjoyed by all inhabitants.
The Tamar roll top bath, which has been selected in a polished finish, is compact in size without compromising on style. Perfectly proportioned with its elegant skirt, it is the centrepiece of the bathroom space without overwhelming it.
The Classic Bath & Shower Mixer with Wooden Lever handles has been mounted in an intelligently designed dividing wall, panelled with arabescato marble. The wood of the handles matches with the antique wood flooring used throughout the master bathroom, an elegant choice which references the historical heritage of the property.
Subway tiles in a light pink combine with the glass shower enclosure to bring a more contemporary feel to the bathroom, yet this separate shower space is tied into the more classic feel by the arabescato panelled dividing wall. Pink and grey make a sublime combination, for the eye as well as the senses. The bespoke enclosure houses the Carron shower, which is concealed in the wall behind a smart nickel plate for a more minimalist look.
The seam of marble running through the space is referencing the arabescato of the Double Hebdern vanity basin, which features Classic Wooden Lever Basin Mixer Taps, perfectly matching those mounted above the bath.
The angular squares of polished nickel that make up the legs of the Hebdern vanity are referenced in the distinctive mirrored panels above. Together with the polished surface of the Tamar, the mirrored surfaces combine to make the space feel larger and lighter.
Design by Kenneth Anderson Design