This is a small bathroom with no windows or direct natural light. To make it feel as spacious as possible, various techniques were used. Access was moved to the middle of the wall via a sliding door. The walls are covered with mirror and large, white, gloss tiles to reflect the light as much as possible.
Plenty of storage was included, to keep it neat and uncluttered.
The iridescent mosaics and glass basins add interest, particularly the mosaic ceiling panel.
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Moroccan Ochre Shower Room
The inspiration for this tiny shower room was the pretty town of Roussillon in France. This picturesque village is at the heart of the source of the ochre pigment. The buildings are painted using the beautiful reds and yellows. The wall covering is Tadelakt, a...
Amethyst & Copper
Another room in the Loire project, the client just wanted some advice as to whether her ideas would work. She had already bought the beautiful bathtub and we discussed the overall look and ideas for colour schemes. Having a clearer idea of what she wanted, the client...
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