Some new oak bathroom pieces form a new Voysey bathroom suite. These are the essential elements in creating a Voysey style new bathroom, the additional elements fit in around these, ie shower, WC, towel rail/radiator, etc.. These are what give you the look. The vanity unit looks like a piece of freestanding furniture, but is fixed & plumbed in. The furniture has all the typical Voysey elements; long strap hinges, Heart handles, medium oak finish, shaker panels. The worktop could be a stone (slate, marble or granite) worktop. The matching wall unit above gives you plenty of storage as well as providing good mirror area, and looks very elegant. We've shown more design variations of this suite below. Shown with typical Voysey slate floor & oak skirting boards to complete the interior. An oak WC seat would complete the look.
Above left is shown the vanity unit in more detail. The basic idea for the splayed legs was Voyseys' houses with their buttresses. The plinth curve shape is a typical Voysey design element, seen in all of his houses. The doors are typical Shaker panels, with long strap hinges. The handles match the overall vanity shape, with a splayed shape & lower curved edge, & the typical Voysey 'heart' pulls. It is fitted with 1 internal shelf, leaving room for the plumbing to exit thru the back or base. The vanity is shown with an oak worktop, but many might prefer a stone worktop (ie slate to match the floor, shown on the right above). It is shown with an undermounted hammered copper sink, but it could look equally good with a sit on bowl style sink (a more contemporary way to treat this). It is shown with 3 hole wall mixer taps, in antique copper finish, but it could equally have had normal deck mounted tap(s). The vanity is shown as a single width but as this is made to order it could be made to whatever size you want, or as a double vanity base. Bottom left is shown a wider version of the vanity unit, which maybe has an even nicer proportion. For smaller bathrooms the vanity could be integrated with the bath to form a built-in look.
Above right is shown a matching mirror wall unit. It is the same width as the vanity, for unity of design. As well as matching copper fittings & oak finish, with Shaker mirror panels, it also has a typical Voysey elegant cornice.
The top bathroom photo shows the main bathroom, the main difference the vanity unit is shown with a Slate worktop, which echoes the floor. The above 2 designs show the bathroom without the distraction of floor tiles. Above left photo shows just the bare bathroom furniture, above right the same with the addition of skirting boards & bath upstands. The bath upstand matches the vanity upstand, and the skirting board is a standard Voysey element.