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Barons Court

The drinks cabinet is for us one of the highlights of this property. The owners are book lovers and wine connoisseurs but didn’t want their favorite tipples on permanent display. Our solution was to hide them behind 2 sliding bookshelves. The wine fridges were kept visible as they add great lighting and atmosphere. Shaker style spray lacquered doors. Solid Oak interior, with visible oak recessed finger bar. The wine coolers are Miele.

The client wanted a monochrome cloakroom and this really shows the client's wonderfully eclectic taste.

It was a slightly awkward space with a recess where there used to be a window which was removed when the extension was added. We used this alcove to put the sink and vanity unit. A bespoke unit with a lino top, the client originally asked for leather but due to it being a sink worktop, it needed to be far more hardwearing. The sink is an old crystal bowl in which we drilled a hole for drainage. The clients mirror and marble and granite floor tiles finished it off.

The upstairs bathroom was really interesting. It was very dark with not much space, but the client wanted to fit a lot in, shower, bath, separate toilet but with a spacious, open feel. Our solution was to remove the wall, create a larger clear sliding door over the whole opening. The the whole room became a shower, a wet room. You can see the shower head mounted on the ceiling and a drain on the floor.

The bespoke vanity unit at back, made from the same tiles as was used on the floor, Corian sink, Victoria and Albert freestanding bath and a bespoke mirror cabinet.

The clients en suite bathrooms were built to the same specifications.

Carrara wall tiles, Samuel Heath taps, mosaic floor.