• Location Surbiton, Surrey
  • Timescale 5 weeks

Our clients came to us wishing to achieve a cool and classic space that was in keeping with the age of their period property; a five bedroom home in Surbiton. They wanted a space that was bright and airy, yet elegant. As a master en-suite, it needed a sense of open space. With small details highlighting key areas of the bathroom, we created a luxury feeling to the space. Check out Ideal Home Magazine to see the feature printed in their November 2018 issue. 

Category: En-suite

The process

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We are so pleased with our experience with Bathroom Eleven. From the initial design stage (a difficult non-standard room) through to installation, it is obvious that the firm prides itself on a commitment to the quality of the design, installation, and satisfaction of the homeowner. They are friendly, extremely professional and concerned that everything went smoothly from start to finish. We have an old house which presented some problems and all were surmounted with the highest attention to detail. Everyone was incredibly tidy and considerate of our home.

Karen Urwin - Surbiton, Surrey

The existing WC looked quite ugly with soil pipes on show. We designed a full height boxing unit; taking this boxing to the ceiling disguises the cistern and soil pipes. While also creating recessed shelves with hidden lighting (mosaic detail taken from the rest of the room tying it in with the rest of the design.) Here scented candles can be displayed and a softer alternative lighting option – giving the area a sense of purpose.



Master Ensuite - Mosaic Detail

We used wall mounted taps and valves from Hansgrohe. Taking taps off the basin and bath, creates a clean finish to the surfaces and also reduces awkward cleaning points. Keeping surfaces clear gives a sense of space and added luxury.

Wall mounted taps on mosaics

We added recessed lighting around the base of the bath. This reduces the footprint of the bath within the room, when illuminated it reduces shadows giving a feeling of space. It also creates a floating effect of the bath and adds mood lighting for those long relaxing soaks in the bath after a hard day.

Bathroom Eleven - Project in Surbiton

We opted for a radiator with a colour finish, steering away from the usual chrome often seen in bathrooms. Instead, we chose Titane by Bisque radiators to incorporate the grey veining in the marble tiles.

Bisque radiator in Bathroom Eleven project - Surbiton
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