October 19, 2018

Last year a customer came to us with a huge task; redesigning four bathrooms of their holiday let cottage in Baslow to not only their needs but to the needs of their potential customers. They wanted to make sure that it incorporated their style but also that it would appeal to people wanting to stay in the area.

Straight away Claire from our Sheffield branch set to work finding out the needs and tastes of the customer to ensure they found the perfect bathroom furniture and tiles to suit them. The customer wanted a mostly traditional look to be in keeping with the age and style of the home but with a few modern twists throughout.

Master Ensuite
For the master ensuite they decided to go with our Brick Oyster tile for a feature wall which is always a showstopper no matter where it’s used. They chose the City Sense Moon to complement, a range that combines stone, wood & cement giving the bathroom a real serene spa like feel. For the sanitaryware they decided to go with a traditional Arcade bathroom suite in Olive to bring out the green hues in the Brick Oyster. 

Family Bathroom
For the main family bathroom they decided to go for a more traditional look, using our brick sized Malacassa Blue combined with our Charlotte decor floor tile. The Charlotte was tiled into the wet room shower tray so that everything flowed seamlessly. For the furniture they went with a Roper Rhodes Hampton unit in Mocha. 

First Floor Ensuite
Combining the chunky brick sized Cento with the wood effect Chalet Greige floor gives this bathrooms a feel of timeless glamour especially with the green jewel mosaic shower feature. The traditional yet contemporary Arcade bathroom furniture brings the bathroom all together and perfectly accents the tiles. 

Ground Floor Shower Room
The client fell in love with this Finwood Origin unit in Charcoal and virtually centered the bathroom around that. On the floor, a victorian-esque black & white checkerboard tile with a matching border paired with the brick sized Mayfair Biscuit and Mayfair Biscuit Decor on the walls. 
The client wanted something that matched in with the solid oak unit so Claire helped them source a porcelain wood effect mosaic that was similar in colour to the unit. They made a feature of this above the basin unit and in the shower area.

Want to try these bathrooms for yourself? You can – visit Bridgefoot Cottage.

If you want to transform your bathroom, visit one of our showrooms so they can help you achieve the bathroom of your dreams.