Case Study | Be Bold With Brass traditional-bathroom
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Case Study | Be Bold With Brass

Designed by Drummonds' Bathroom Design Service, this townhouse bathroom has a sophisticated urban edge. Our classic bathroom ware is beautifully set within a simple, modern interior, putting all the design focus onto the gleaming brass, marble and china. The pieces chosen are all on a grand scale; underlining the luxury of having a large bathroom with space for dramatic pieces such as the spectacular double china vanity basin and our Serpentine bath tub. The uncluttered simplicity of this scheme also highlights the beauty of the chosen materials and the extraordinary quality of their manufacture. Made using traditional processes such as lost wax casting, the design combines the spirit of classic bathroom ware with a look which is very much at home in contemporary interiors.
Example of a classic 3/4 corner shower design in London with black walls — Houzz

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Pascaline Clerc wrote:
Shower - I love the tile in the shower. What's the name and where is it from? Thank you.
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Jenine Lorenz_Porvin
Hello! I’m wondering if you used black schluter or flat tile bullnose? I’m doing a similar look and am torn between the two
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Drummonds Bathrooms

Hi Jenine, we don't actually do tiles - we are the bathroom fittings manufacturer so I am afraid we cannot advise on that. Thank you


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to Is It Over for Subway Tile?
Here’s another chevron design that’s even further away from classic subway tile. These long, black tiles look stunning laid diagonally from top to bottom in this shower enclosure.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

tovahskiles added this to Kitchens
I like the tiles and how they’re angled. The dark is sophisticAted, perhaps for a wall.
JM & Co. added this to Maplewood
Dark wall tile, light floor, brass hardware?
Lauren S added this to Bathroom Tile
Ink. But in the herringbone pattern for the guest bath

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