Master Loft Bedroom & Bathroom Renovation

The basics

  • Terraced Victorian property in Bishopston, Bristol
  • Internal structural alterations
  • Full interior renovation

The project scope

  • Open the living & dining room into one large entertainment space
  • Add a cloakroom downstairs
  • Refurbish the bathrooms
  • Create an overall cohesive scheme
  • Source and supply wallpapers, tiles, shower fixtures and key furniture pieces

Bedroom & Bathroom Layout

The loft had already been converted into a generous space. To make the most of it, the owners wanted to use the eaves for storage. We specified a fitted wardrobe and shelving to work around the chimney breast with the same door detail on the eaves storage for coherence. 

Bedroom Moodboard

Creating a moodboard allows us to layer the materials, colours, fabrics and any other elements that are part of the new scheme. By seeing them all together, we ensure that all elements complement each other to achieve overall coherence. It's also a really handy way to review different options and how it changes the style and direction. 

The master bathroom featured a small corner shower and pedestal basin which we replaced with a large walk-in shower and 600mm Roca wall-hung basin. The owners were keen to keep the space feeling bright. A larger window was added and we selected some muted light grey tiles to bounce off the light. The larger wall features a gloss marble effect tile to create a wow factor. 

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