We specialise in both modern, Danish and traditional bathrooms, and produce designs and space layouts for some of the top architects and designers in the country. We believe that only two things limit our designs: one is the laws of physics; and the other, of course, is your budget.
Designs are usually produced free of charge in one of the following ways:
- The customer knows exactly what he or she wants, and we turn these ideas or sketch designs into a plan that proves the design will fit the room, at the same time highlighting any potential problems;
- The customer provides us with a brief list of requirements and, using our expertise, we produce a design that is suitable for the room, style of the house and customer's needs;
- The customer knows exactly what he or she wants but prefers us to produce a design and then compare it to these ideas. The final design is then usually a combination of the customer's ideas and our suggestions.
When we're asked to propose a design, we usually suggest natural, classic materials such as wood and stone which won't go out of fashion. Many people buy a quality bathroom designed with no thought as to how it will look in the future; after only a few years, the design may go out of fashion, and the customers replace it - or wish they could. This doesn't happen with our designs.
To help us avoid designs that date too quickly, we use:
- Natural Products;
- Materials that are not too heavily patterned, too bland, too dark or too light;
- Materials that will mature with age, rather than look shabby with age;
- White basins, toilets and baths - colours go out of fashion more quickly than shapes.
When customers want something colourful in their bathroom design, we suggest that this is done with paint, which can be altered with minimum cost and disruption. This would not be the case if coloured tiles or sanitary ware were used.
All our designs and drawings are produced using Vectorworks, a computer-aided design programme (CAD), designed for architects. This has the following benefits:
- Drawings are much more accurate than sketch plans and computer visualisations used by many bathroom designers;
- Designs include detail that would be difficult to achieve by hand.
- Designs can be easily and quickly changed when required;
- Designs can be emailed to architects and builders;
- Bespoke products can easily be incorporated into the designs.