Love is in the air during February, so there could not be a better time to highlight this romantic bathroom that we designed in a privately-owned Stately Home to be fit for a princess.
Of course, it had to be functional and we had unusual spaces to work, as this was originally a small bedroom that was converted be an en-suite bath and shower room leading to the main bedroom. To reflect the light in the room from the windows opposite, we created mirrored walls in a side recess. It was the perfect space to feature a custom-painted freestanding Water Monopoly Bateau bath in a metallic pewter effect and we integrated the taps and brassware by Perrin and Rowe directly into the wall behind. For comfort, we installed two radiators on either side of the bath.
For modernity, we also installed a shower area with glass fronts on either side, again to reflect the light in the room. We kept the design very simple and in keeping with the architecture of the property and we installed with a large Victorian-style round shower head and fittings, also by Perrin and Rowe. For the shower area, we used attractive Porcelanosa Polynesian Amatista glass mosaic wall tiles to reflect the light and to keep with the light and romantic atmosphere in the room.