Location: London, UK

Designer: Nasser Fahad

The London Bath Co. recently completed an exceptional bathroom design project that showcases their expertise in creating stylish and functional spaces. The client’s vision for the bathroom was to achieve an open-planned, minimalist design that offered full functionality and incorporated both a freestanding bath and a walk-in wetroom.

The bathroom’s design centres around the use of stunning marble tiles with dramatic veins, beautifully accentuated by specially selected Matt Black brassware. This combination adds a chic, contemporary edge to the overall look, creating a sophisticated industrial ambiance. Completing the design is a Critall-style shower enclosure, which perfectly complements the desired aesthetic.

A key challenge for The London Bath Co. was to maximize the available space while incorporating all the desired elements. The team successfully achieved this by implementing an offset vanity unit, cleverly utilizing the wall space to increase storage without compromising on the sleek design. The result is a bathroom that not only meets the client’s functional needs but also exudes a sense of elegance and luxury.

Glowing lighting elements further enhance the ambience, emanating from custom wall niches and strategically placed around the mirror. This attention to detail creates a sumptuous and cosy atmosphere, making the bathroom a true sanctuary.

The incorporation of both a freestanding bath and a walk-in wetroom allows for a diverse bathing experience, catering to the client’s preferences. The ample storage provided ensures a clutter-free environment, while the open-plan layout allows for plenty of free walk space, contributing to the sense of spaciousness and comfort.

The London Bath Co.’s expertise in bathroom design is evident in the successful execution of this project. Their ability to merge functionality with contemporary aesthetics and their keen eye for detail has resulted in a bathroom that not only meets the client’s requirements but also exceeds expectations in both form and function.