This is what the designers at C.P. Hart did, using a freestanding bath by Saneux and a Bagnella countertop basin to create a look that’s modern and stylish, while also being practical. The walk-in shower has a Hansgrohe Raindance showerhead, a high-spec piece of equipment that adds to the luxe feel of the room. Using classic materials like marble also gives you the opportunity to blend traditional features with new innovations, so traditionally designed brassware can sit comfortably alongside cutting-edge technology.
When creating the bathrooms, C.P. Hart’s designers took into account the period and style of the building, as well as its location – it was built in 1836 and overlooks the square, with its grade-II listed Gothic church. ‘We worked closely with G&T London to choose products from C.P. Hart’s portfolio to create the perfect scheme to suit the updated Georgian property,’ says Carolyn Harrison, Head of Contracts Residential for C.P. Hart. ‘By using statement feature pieces, such as the Artelinea Décor vanity units and freestanding C.P. Hart bath, we were able to produce a mix of contemporary design and traditional style to deliver a hotel-inspired aesthetic.’