This traditional style bathroom, situated in an iconic Neo-Tudor property, truly captures the history and characteristics of the home. By capturing the essence of the house while also slightly modernising the space, the bathroom has not become dated whilst following an absolute traditional style. The property itself is a grand building; this has undoubtedly been considered when selecting products for this space.
Within this bathroom, there is an eye-catching freestanding roll-top bath with cast iron feet. Complimenting this bath is a traditional deck mounted bath shower mixer in chrome. The simplicity of white and chrome shows the class of the products. All in all, these products are luxurious, commanding and authentic to the traditional styling of the space.
The grand feeling of the space continues through to the vanity unit. The generous freestanding vanity unit has a pointing white finish with a white marble worktop. Ensuring this product is distinctly traditional, the taps chosen are a three-hole option in chrome. The white and chrome finishes here are complimentary of those we see in the bath area. As the vanity unit is as grand as the freestanding bath, neither products become an eye-catching feature. Instead, both products complement each other and add balance to the space.
In this bathroom, even the choice of toilet considers the want to compliment the period styling. A low-level toilet offers a practical solution for those wanting a traditionally designed toilet. The chrome flush pipe and wall-mounted cistern are recognisable as a period design. This design allows them to fit perfectly within the scheme of the bathroom. Again, this product complements the other white and chrome items.
Throughout the bathroom decor, you can see multiple black & white and sepia-toned photo walls that portray the history of the building. These old photos are a prominent design feature that perfectly mirrors the colour scheme of the room.