Known for rustic and vintage charm, terracotta tones were the base from which the rest of the cloakroom stemmed from.
Homeowner and influencer Emma Rose Thatcher met with Designer at Ripples Reigate Jo Sangster to discuss sprucing up this little downstairs bathroom in her Surrey farmhouse. Using the natural, earthy tones of the past, together they choose floor-to-ceiling cinnamon coloured, glazed tiles as the backdrop. On the floor, they opted for natural, rustic terracotta tiles in a herringbone pattern, each with a beautiful, irregular finish.
Emma spotted the concrete, grey basin and loved it. Its distinguished pinstripe pattern, curved corners and integrated splashback are among the many reasons why this basin is so striking. With the addition of brushed brass, modern metal ware – guests are blown away when they step into this cloakroom.
Concealing the cistern and choosing a wall-hung loo is a great design trick too, leaving the floor open and seamless throughout. And, for a little extra impact there is an added touch of bronze around each flush-plate.