The clients are looking forward to their move-in date as work edges closer to completion. The calming atmosphere they have created in the bathroom beckons to them, with relaxing bubble baths only weeks away.
Blending beautifully with the rest of the room, the fitted bath from Pura is encapsulated by the grey-toned tiles, creating a continuous flow as well as allowing for practical cleaning. The double-ended style enables the bather to lay at either end and easily adjust the temperature of the water from the wall-mounted taps in the middle. The position underneath the sloped ceiling window provides light and views of either blue or starry skies. The bath has been made from acrylic, which not only boasts strength but also superior heat retention qualities. The recessed shelves are a useful feature that enables the tidy storage of bathroom products within easy reach.
The bathroom, cloakroom and ensuite fixtures have all been chosen for their contemporary appearance and quality design. The countertop basin gives a sleek and minimalist feel, and the storage unit beneath is simple and practical. The round mirror above echoes the shape of the sink and is illuminated by a halo of backlight. The functional design contains internally heated pads, keeping the glass clear and free from condensation. The wall-hung toilets, from well-known Swiss company Geberit, neatly conceal the cisterns within the walls, adding to the modern look. The master ensuite features a grey slate shower tray, an attractive alternative to the usual white that suits the colour scheme of the room. The durable tray has been manufactured using stone resin which is naturally slip-resistant as well as comfortable. Electric towel radiators have been installed to warm the wet rooms in a complementary anthracite grey colour.
Neutral tones and quality pieces evoke a luxury spa-like ambience that the self-builders cannot wait to experience.