Unsure how to plan the room or what colours to choose, Emma approached Ripples where the designer came up with a variety of inspiring ideas.
It’s such a large room that the Emma wanted to be bold with the design and use all the space. The Ripples designer suggested placing the bath on a central plinth and building a stud wall behind it for impact. The WC and bidet were moved to the other side of the bathroom, and a window seat added to enhance the romantic feel of the room.
Emma agreed that a large vanity unit with double basins would fit perfectly with the generous proportions of the room. A stunning shower arc, complete with side jets, that curves over the walk-in-shower area and two chrome towel rails either side of the new stud wall, accentuate the space’s symmetrical feel.
Emma says "our bathroom is the perfect mix of old and new styles. In the mornings I thoroughly enjoy being able to choose between a luxurious bath or refreshing shower," she says. "It’s a relaxing sanctuary where we can escape and unwind."