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CREATING A LUXURIOUS FINISH For a ‘wow’ factor, we have helped clients to create the ’Great Gatsby’ look, with touches of gold across lighting, taps and accessories. This offers a luxurious style, and looks great paired with a dark grey or navy wall, which makes a real statement.


Hexagonal shapes are bang on-trend


november/december 2017


Sconces placed on opposite walls to the suite would also fit in well with this somewhat ‘palatial’ take on the retro trend. And if we were trying to achieve a truly opulent bathroom, we would fit a glass chandelier in the centre of the space and add a mirror with integrated lighting — creating a layered yet balanced scheme.


Wiring these lights on different switches — or even being set on a dimmer — will also help to set a soft, ‘moody’ atmosphere for when relaxing in the bath. If the space allows, a freestanding unit will add to the luxurious environment, and you could even complete the look with ornate, gold feet. Retro styling provides a timeless statement, that if well executed, will still be beautiful in years to come. It oozes a quality feel that we love in a bathroom, which creates more than just a place you bath or wash, but a space that you can also relax in and enjoy.


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