This large room has the double function of a dressing room and a luxurious bathroom. The challenge was to create an effective division without compromising the room shape and the fine plaster work. This was achieved by the design of a finely crafted open wardrobe in solid walnut with a dressing table and a wall of mirrors at one end of the room. 

Here the Catchpole and Rye nickel coated copper bath was chosen as the centrepiece. The half shutters provide privacy, and the nickel sconces create an indulgent candlelit experience.


The focus is a classical scene on the end wall that conceals a hidden door and entrance to a walk in closet.


Probably the smallest bathroom we have ever done. The challenge was to create storage and sense of spacer. All the walls are mirrored hiding cabinets for toiletries.


This bathroom is simple and functional. A mirrored door gives access to the boiler. Travertine marble was used for shower walls and floors, and subtle paint pallet creating a sense of harmony.


This under-stairs cloakroom is maximised by a mirrored wall reflecting the wallpaper to create a bit of impact.