I just finished converting an old dressing room in to this luxurious master en-suite bathroom.
The mono-tones of blacks, greys and creams have really made this room an interesting place to be.
On one wall I've used a wallpaper called Masterpiece by designer Bryan Yates. It's a real statement piece deflecting large blousy flowers, bees, mini bugs and butterflies. The walls and ceiling have been painted in Clay Mid 153 from the Little Greene Paint company, toning in perfectly with the shades in the paper.
We've up-cycled an old pine sideboard to sit 2 wash basins on and sourced these fantastic tower taps from across the international waters which really finish this whole unit off perfectly.
2, large antique mirrors ordain the walls with wall lights either side to give the evening times some ambient lighting when needed.
I've dressed the other wall with reclaimed wooden planks, stained in dark wax and used cast iron brackets to complete the shabby chic, eclectic look I was hoping for and dressed them with a collection of new and old accessories.
All in all I met my brief and I have very happy clients.
If you'd like to learn about any of the other materials used, please just ask.