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18 Mar - Case Studies

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Tudor House, Surrey

This beautiful bathroom was featured in the April 2015 issue of The English Home.

Designed as a guest bathroom for a Tudor property in Surrey, the owners have since confessed they find it so comfortable and relaxing they often use it themselves!
The period features of the room have been retained and used to create a space that feels refined, clean and elegant. The fireplace and windows, the main feature pieces of the room, are accentuated by the white panelling throughout and intelligently colour matched to the muted blue-grey walls and sand coloured curtains.

With great natural daylight the lighting is very clean and minimal. The curved nickel of the light fittings is referenced in the stand and Barra taps of the Double Lowther vanity basin. The grey-veined arabescato marble also features in the floor tiles of the room, as well as in the custom built shower enclosure, which houses a Carron concealed shower. This pairs well with the Dunnet concealed WC suite, creating a more clean and minimal look.

Classic Tudor Guest Bathroom

The timeless, classic shape of the Clyde single ended bath is ideal for this classic bathroom scheme, polished and elegantly positioned below the window. The classic taps and plunger waste are built into the Clyde for a cleaner look.

Classic Tudor Guest Bathroom