C P Hart have set me anoter challenge and that is to create an innovative 3 x 2 metre bathroom/wetroom
I live in a small cottage in the Northumberland National Park. I have the average size bathroom for the UK which is 3 metres x 2 metres. Above is a rough plan of such a bathroom and if I didnt have a sloping ceiling this is exactly what I would do with it.
Swanstone panels of what looks like London Underground tiles but is in sheet form. Perfect for a wet area as it is grout free.
drained as would a wet room.
Eltan Freestanding bath which would have
Axor Citterio Overhead Shower above it and the glass panel and drainage would allow me to splash to my heart's content without soaking the rest of the room.When I lived in the city I had a wet room with a walk in drencher shower and I miss it like crazy.
A floor standing tap with a shower attachment is my choice. If you like to sing in the bath this shower attachment makes a great pretend microphone.
Stone Two Washbowl would sit atop a vintage ornate table.
This one is from our archives at Ghost Furniture and would have been perfect if we hadn't have sold it.
Simple Talis S Mixer Tap to match the bath floor standing version.
Philippe Starck is perfect.
C P Hart deserve a little treat. Lighting need not be boring in a bathroom so I have added these fabulous King Edison Lamps by Young & Battaglia
Magpie Living at Not On The High Street or if you are super handy you could make some yourself.
Trash Chic and WC Royale
Koziel a clever French company that excels at trompe l'oeil.
Now can anyone suggest how I can get rid of my sloping ceiling?