Photographer: Anson Smart

Wrixton House


The Master Ensuite was only a modest size with interesting angles and presented like a ships cabin. It was imperative to maximise the illusion and use of this space and work with the architecture and not against it. 

The previous ensuite was completely demolished to allow for my resolutions in layout and finishes. My clients wanted a double vanity created so that they could be comfortable in the bathroom together, with ample space and a sense of personality and style. They also requested maximum storage. I combined a variety of surfaces, colours and textures to create interest, depth, contrast. 

My clients are thrilled with the outcome of their ensuite and have said that it is classy, efficient and beautiful. They love using it together and are delighted to get lots of positive reactions by their visitors. This room has surpassed the clients’ expectations.

The focal point of the room is the feature wall behind the vanity, that boast blush coloured crazy pave wall tiles that support beautifully hand blown wall lights and oval shaped mirrors, blush coloured basins, brass tap ware and the contrast of charcoal cabinetry with a white Corian bench top. To marry in with these feature tiles and not distract, a subtle blush coloured enamelled glass mosaic floor tile was chosen.  To create a sense of drama I brought in a white micro mosaic wall tile in white gloss with black grout. 

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