I once read that the average person spends almost three full years of his or her life in the bathroom. If that’s true, perhaps we should consider making this space a little more worthy of our time. Bathrooms can often be sterile and cold, with slick and shiny surfaces. But just as with any other room in your home, adding texture to your bathroom can make it vibrant and welcoming.Read more
Don’t be daunted by your new bathroom project. Follow our step-by-step guide to planning a bathroom that makes a splash for all the right reasons It was once an afterthought – often contained to a shed in the garden.Read more
A bathroom designed by and for an architect in loose kent. Incorporating Brazilian black slate and clad walnut walls, with a floating w/c and freestanding bath. The shower and bath are controlled by digital controls, and have led feature lighting to accentuate the fixtures.Read more
Tiles are a staple of bathroom decor, and the options for how to use them are endless. This year is seeing plenty of new tile trends emerge that cater to just about every design style, from minimalist to maximalist. Swipe up for ideas to inspire your next bathroom renovation (and as your tile obsession grows, check out these kitchen tile ideas, too).Read more
A brand new shower experience using amazing LED lights to create the perfect mood.
The family bathroom: often a scene of havoc and consternation in the morning as everyone jostles for space and time to brush teeth, fix make-up, shower and … other things.
It’s also a place that has to be multi-functional and versatile for handling different demands.Read more
This was a bespoke raised wetroom, created in the upper roundall of a Kent oast house. The walls used grooved curvable insulated tile boards, and were then tiled with mosaic glass tiles. The floor used large 60×60 porcelain rust effect tiles, and were underfloor heated to make an even more luxurious and quick drying experience.Read more