Our designer chose an HIB ‘Vanquish’ glass cabinet with a ‘de mister’ built into the cabinet doors so that the glass did not get steamed up and our client’s hairdryer is discreetly placed on the wall next to the mirror. Storage in this basin is plentiful to keep accessories neatly away allowing more room to enjoy the clever space in this room.
The toilet is tucked neatly in between the wall length radiator and shower enclosure. Everything about this en suite is ‘just perfect’.
Do you consider lighting when you’re planning to re design your bathroom?
Lighting is a key part of any room in your home and certainly features highly in our showroom. At Options Studio we know what a huge difference stylish yet practical lighting can make to your bathroom experience, so we have spent years ensuring that innovative and unique bathroom lighting is an area that our team thrive within. We are constantly coming up with lighting solutions for customers who have no idea how much choice they have, so we’ve brought a few of our projects together to inspire you.
Black has been hugely popular so far this year, and it won’t be stopping anytime soon. Its simplicity yet contemporary tone is perfect for the modern bathroom, particularly when paired with some innovative lighting. Black brassware is also a very stylish and original accessory to consider; its smooth matt surface is stunning in contrast to a textured white surface.
Imagine coming home from a stressful day at work to bathe in this gorgeous, Jane Austin style copper free-standing tub…
Our beloved traditional polished copper free-standing bath is the eye-catching window centrepiece to our Sunninghill showroom, and we can’t wait for you to take in its originality and luxuriousness.
The sophistication and impact of a tub with such distinctiveness would transform any bathroom interior into a unique space with real wow factor. With a traditional Georgian feel to the bath, it indulges a sense of nostalgic high-society found only in your favourite literary classic novel.
So, indulge yourself! To come and see this unique copper bath for yourself, please visit us at the Sunninghill Options Bath and Tile Studio , where our team will be happy to show you around.
With nature themes prevalent in 2017, wood is the perfect material to feature in your bathroom, and with a rich variety of timber, you will be spoilt for choice!
Let us help you innovatively and creatively combine wood with stone, metal and ceramics for a completely unique bathroom interior. Research has gone into combining wood with these materials to ensure that they merge perfectly and can even be seamlessly introduced directly in the way of the water, such as floor coverage and shower zings!
Choosing the floor and wall tiles for your bathroom can be really tough – the choices seem almost endless and the variety is overwhelming. Many choose to go for a pale, sophisticated yet simple tiling design which is guaranteed to look flawless and stylish. However, considering bolder, brighter, patterned tiling will guarantee you a wow factor that you and all your guests will appreciate. This doesn’t mean you need to cover your bathroom with the craziest tiles possible; a feature wall will draw the eye, emphasise the contrasting tiles and look incredible, without coming across as overwhelming or tasteless.
Combining textures in the bathroom is certain to give a contemporary and unique feel. No longer is the bathroom limited to porcelain ceramics! Stone, wood, cork and glass are just a few options, each with various textures such as glossy, matt, polished and satin. The gorgeous shower room below uses the contrast between the dark textured wood and the smooth cream tiles to have a real impact. Textured feature walls such as this add interest and originality to your bathroom.
Brassware is a huge trend of 2017 that will give your bathroom a truly contemporary feel whilst creating an interior with character and originality. All-white bathrooms have a modern look, but can also come across as quite cold and clinical; coloured brassware is here to save the day, adding sophistication, style and impact.
With a vast variety of coloured brassware products being available, such as shower heads, taps and shower accessories, these features could bring your bathroom together with personality and uniqueness.
We think a lot about the comfort, convenience and aesthetics of your bathroom , so we are always on the lookout for new bathroom innovations, trends and technology. 2017 has introduced multiple new trends that we can’t wait to implement in some gorgeous, contemporary yet long-lasting bathrooms. We have chosen a few trends which we predict will be taking over the bathroom industry with their practicality, style and timelessness.
1/ Rimless Toilets
As beautiful as your bathroom may be, it will always need cleaning. However, there is a new style of toilet which minimises bacteria and germs, rimless toilets. Usually the rim is where the water flushes from; the underside gains residue and you are unable to see what may be underneath. Rimless toilets eliminate this inconvenience, making your toilet more hygienic and convenient, whilst having an aesthetic style unrivalled by many other toilets. Our rimless toilets come in multiple shapes, with options such as gloss, china, soft-close lid and with multiple flush choices.
There are many factors to consider when choosing the elements of a new bathroom, and flooring tiles can be one area that is difficult to decide upon. We’ve got a few tips to help you out:
1 / The colour
The amount of natural light that reaches your bathroom will indicate the best shade of floor tile for your interior. Do you need a lighter colour, to reflect the light, making the room seem bigger? Or is the room a decent size, meaning that dark tiles would bring everything together and contrast stylishly with the lighter parts of the interior. However, don’t be fooled that darker tiles will disguise the dirt; although they are a brilliant choice for a contemporary interior, they hide dirt no more that lighter coloured tiles .
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