Mr and Mrs Haskell approached angel interiors for the second time to help create a traditional bathroom which ticked all the boxes.
The main aim was to create a luxurious space that functioned well to enable them both to shower independently as they both grow older.
The room was an awkward space being long and narrow so Tim positioned two bespoke units to the left on entering the room for storage and towels and toiletries.
Dropping down to a solid marble bath surround complemented with sunken beta bath, Bagno four-hole tap drilled into the marble.
The use a classic ecru marble with a beautiful taupe-beige with an abundant fine grey and almond veining creating the illusion of movement within the stone, this was mixed with silver emperador honed marble with gorgeous silver and grey shades to give the room depth.
Then we enter the spacious wet room with walk-in shower with a marble seat to sit when showering in comfort to rest Mr Haskell’s legs, a small Bagno hand shower was positioned adjacent to the seat and a large rain shower. This area was surrounded with bespoke glass to keep the water enclosed but still keep the room feeling spacious.
The toilet and vanity unit complement the tiles perfectly with bespoke mirrors and astro wall lights on sensors to give control and a softer light on an evening or early in the morning.
A ballerina radiator was positioned by the basin and a tall towel rail by the bath to make sure the room was nice and cosy.