There are many considerations when designing a bathroom fit for a large family. The owners of this home have four young children and decided to limit potential mess and time spent cleaning with a wet room.
‘There is no glass in the shower, all the walls are tiled and everything is wipeable,” one of the owners says. “Everything is practical and functional.”
The tile was the starting point for the bathroom, which the owners chose to provide a little glamour and plenty of timelessness.
The large wet room features a centrally placed vanity. Either side are private smaller rooms, one for the toilet and one for the glassless shower cubicle. Custom strip drains blend effortlessly into the finished look.
Brushed brass tapware provides an organic, natural aesthetic that matched the design intention throughout the renovated house.
Left over tiles feature in the powder room alongside a London slimline vanity. It’s upmarket appeal suits the tiles and provides room for soaps or personal items with its overhang and concealed toilet roll holder.
Architect: Gary Todd Architecture
Builder: Allcor Fabrication
Photography by Graham Warman.