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A Glorious Ensuite Bathroom

This ultra large bathroom's floorplan was divided to accommodate a hidden walk-in wardrobe and ensure a more practical use of space. Once the structural work was completed, careful attention was given to the aspect of this East-facing bathroom when determining colour and lighting choices. Panelling was painted in the lighter Farrow and Ball Portland Stone, and a bespoke marble-topped vanity unit was commissioned in a similar colour. These lighter tones allow for the inclusion of tastefully dark flooring which offsets the décor to perfection.

​Grouting for the classic metro tiles was chosen to match the dark grey shower tray, and ornate coving was included to add a remarkable boarder to the high, painted ceiling.

I was delighted that the clients were brave enough to embrace the idea of painting the bath a hammered gold. It looks magnificent and sits finely on its silver feet. Gold and silver next to one another is quite on trend, and although one might be forgiven for thinking that they should not be mixed, you just have to look at the wallpaper to appreciate the juxtaposition.

The eye-catching Nina Campbell wallpaper in this ensuite was continued through from the bedroom, and the chandeliers also match. Both have gold and silver paint-stroke accents to them, which is very of the moment. The painted bath is, however, the crowning glory to this magnificent scheme.

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A stunning bath and dark parquet
Bath painted in hammered gold paint
Entrance with hidden dressing room
Lighter panelling to brighten room
Considering colour schemes
New vanity unit
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