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By Catherine Dove 16 Jun, 2017

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!

Check out our  gallery  for some ideas on combining textures, or visit our  showroom  in person to get more inspiration and advice.

Get in touch on 01344 627500 or drop us an email to sales@optionsstudio.co.uk  for more information and bespoke expert advice about textures and materials for your bathroom.

By Ellie McDaniel 02 May, 2017

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.

By Ellie McDaniel 29 Apr, 2017

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!

Check out our  gallery  for some ideas on combining textures, or visit our  showroom  in person to get more inspiration and advice. Here are a couple of examples to get you started:

By Ellie McDaniel 19 Apr, 2017
‘Modernisation’ was our clients requirements for their Master En Suite in particular a double basin for both ‘his n hers’ own space.
By Ellie McDaniel 15 Mar, 2017

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.

 

1/ Texture

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.

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By Catherine Dove 16 Jun, 2017

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!

Check out our  gallery  for some ideas on combining textures, or visit our  showroom  in person to get more inspiration and advice.

Get in touch on 01344 627500 or drop us an email to sales@optionsstudio.co.uk  for more information and bespoke expert advice about textures and materials for your bathroom.

By Ellie McDaniel 02 May, 2017

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.

By Ellie McDaniel 29 Apr, 2017

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!

Check out our  gallery  for some ideas on combining textures, or visit our  showroom  in person to get more inspiration and advice. Here are a couple of examples to get you started:

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