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A New Master Ensuite in Atherstone

Posted: Apr 30
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The new ensuite bathroom project we are featuring today is beyond amazing. I can honestly say it is a bathroom that dreams are made of. There are so many stunning features, let alone the space it occupies. It is definitely a WOW room so I wanted to feature it to give potential customers some ideas and inspiration.

Ensuite Goals

Firstly, this room isn’t the main family bathroom at all, it is in fact the Master Ensuite. It boasts a beautifully elegant egg-shaped freestanding bath, which draws the eye and looks stunning, centrally located under the window. During the design process, we choose to add lighting to the base of the bath. This has two benefits; the first allows the bath to be the central point of focus and secondly, it is wonderfully relaxing to sit in the bath with a gentle glow coming up from around the edge of the tub.

The walk-in double shower with a built-in seating bench is also a beautiful feature. The glass panel wall is simple and elegant allowing the rainfall shower to be contained. The shower area features three different shower options and the bench allows for ample seating, ideal for resting weary legs when there is no time for a proper bath. 


Grey Tiles

The tiles chosen for this new bathroom were considered because of their fresh, modern, and timeless style. Large-format tiles are incredibly popular right now because it makes spaces feel larger and more luxurious. The way the client has chosen to keep the colour palette neutral but feature a textured tile to the rear of the sinks adds a beautiful tactile aesthetic and interest. Grey can often be seen as a cold colour so to pair the large grey tiles with the soft-toned natural wood vanity and bench is a perfect way to bring life and warmth into the space.

Gaining space

One of the things I really enjoy when we are creating a new bathroom is finding hidden or wasted space. Our homes cost us a lot of money so one of the small joys I get in life is finding and utilising all the space I can. One of the ways we did that in this project was to sink the radiators into a recess. This has allowed us a more polished finished look as the lines are cleaner and beautifully sharp.

Final Thoughts

This Master Ensuite in Atherstone is quite possibly one of my favourite new bathroom projects we have completed so far. It seriously oozes luxury and the attention to detail in lighting and symmetry makes for a beautiful contemporary bathroom that we hope the clients will continue to enjoy for many years to come. 

If you have been inspired to create the new bathroom of your dreams and are located in the West Midlands please do not hesitate to contact us to book your design consultation.