The Clock House. Time.
This bathroom was designed to match the style of the Waterfall Design-ed kitchen, which in turn was conceived and designed to fit in the converted Edwardian fire station under the Clock Tower on Shockerwick estate on the outskirts of Bath. Traditional inframe cabinetry, tongue & groove panelling and round edged granite countertops compliment a traditional cast iron roll-top bath – the sole item on the customer’s original wishlist.
As the unusual, high vaulted ceilinged room had to contain the oil fired boiler as well as laundry facilities we designed a demi-wall, clad in tongue & groove panelling to conceal these features while helping create a more intimate bathing area, complete with antique mirror and reupholstered nursing chair by the new bronze coloured cast iron radiator.
Warm taupes and chocolate colours combine with travertine floor tiles to create a warm scheme, illuminated by some very stylish lighting by Jim Lawrence and Original BTC, and recessed uplighters in the floor behind the bath. Large format, matt brick pattern tiles in dark brown “ground” the scheme behind the halo-like form of the oval shower curtain ring, with it’s heavy duty white cotton curtains like wings.