The help of Court Homemakers was enlisted, and it was Sam, the designer, who suggested utilising the unused spare bedroom and transforming this into an upstairs bathroom. This solution was even more appealing given that the existing bathroom was directly below the unused bedroom, which made connecting pipework so much easier!
The brief was to create a modern bathroom, but with a traditional twist, which came from the Burlington Windsor freestanding bath. The black feet and taps balanced perfectly giving the bath the modern clean, classic lines required.
By building out the window wall, the Court Homemakers team were able to conceal the pipework and create useful shelving too. To accentuate this, plinth lighting was installed directly to the B&W Star tiles in white, courtesy of VitrA. This is a classic tile that will stand the test of time and the lighting shows off the marble effect, which is timeless, perfectly.
Storage was fitted in the shape of Court Homemakers own cabinetry with a Matfen light grey oak door. A VitrA Shift sit-on bowl was paired with the White Space Pin Lux basin mixer in matt black to match the bath.
A Redroom TT Lux heated towel rail, giving great heat output, completed the look while providing warmth. The matt black finish looked fantastic and continued the black and white theme.
Fingers crossed we’ll see the downstairs result very soon, but this upstairs ‘room conversion’ went so well and the client is over the moon! No need to ‘pay a visit’ downstairs anymore; everything needed is right here, conveniently sited on the first floor thanks to Court Homemakers.
Are you planning a new bathroom? Then talk to the team at Court Homemakers and leave it in their very capable hands! They do the whole job for you from start to beautiful finish, so you don’t have to! No brainer really.