A small bathroom suffering from beige, bland tile overload and a lack of decent storage has been given a complete overhaul, with function and style at the top of the list of priorities.
A cleverly chosen overflow bath filler positioned in the middle of the bath means there are no taps to get in the way of showering or relaxing. A handheld shower is great for rinsing the kids or washing hair, whilst moving the main shower allows more head room.
Warmth comes from the textured, tonal teal tiles and the mixture of brushed brass and matt black finishes. The grid like lines of the black grout on the small scale square tiles, echoed in the lines of the Crittall style shower screen, give a perfect contrast to the curves used throughout the room.
It all adds up to a look that is stylish, warm and completely balanced.