As you can see from the before image of the bathroom the room was relatively long, the toilet and the sink were squashed in to the shortest side of the bathroom and the space maybe wasn’t utilised as well as it should be.
In order to give this cloakroom bathroom more depth we moved the sink to the adjacent wall. We installed a vessel sink, which sits on top of the surface, rather than being recessed in to a surface like a standard sink. This particular sink was a rectangular shape, although vessel sinks may come in various shapes and materials. The sink sits in a bespoke handmade unit by DBR Interiors, with an oak worktop. To give the cloakroom bathroom a modern twist we installed a wall-mounted tap with a thermostatic valve.
The vessel-style sink created a slick look in the cloakroom bathroom with no pipes showing, so to add to this we also concealed the cistern.
The client’s property was situated in the countryside so they wanted to continue this theme in to the house and bathroom. We installed a traditional dado rail and bespoke wall panelling and completed the country look by using Farrow and Ball Gable wallpaper.
Additional features include a landscape mirror, which added a bit more depth to the room, and also luxury wall lights.