These are some new FLW style bathroom furniture we designed to produce a striking bathroom. Stylewise it's somewhere between Arts & Crafts & Deco, especially the Modernist door designs (definate speed lines going on there). They have the typical Wright use of flat surfaces, but what makes them is the stylised designs on the doors. The design was inspired by another Wright piece of furniture, and it works remarkably well on this furniture. The furniture is shown in the ubiquitous Wright Oak finish, but we can do this in many woods or painted finishes. Below we've shown a whole range of colour variations.
Wright was ever an artist, so we tried to incorporate something more artistic into the design. The cut-out designs can be left as cut-outs, which looks very effective. But the cut-outs can also be backed in various ways to emphasis the shapes / colours more; for example painted, gold/silver/copper leafed, stained glass in a wide range of colours & textures, mirror, a lighter/darker wood, etc. etc.. Even back lighting would emphasis the shapes really well & create mood lighting for bathing.
The bath panel(s) would be made to whatever size of bath you were having. The long mirror is the same width as the vanity unit, for visual balance. This could quite easily be made as a wall mirror cabinet, to offer more storage. The vanity unit is iontended to look like a freestanding piece of furniture, even though it would be plumbed in. The worktop could be anything from wood/oak to granite, Corian, Quartz, glass even. The basin here is an undermounted one, for neatness, but the vanity could be made lower if you want a sit on bowl type basin. The vanity itself can be made whatever size you require, even as a double unit, or it can be built-in with the bath panel for an integrated look (often useful for smaller bathrooms. All made to order.
As well as the bathroom furniture being made in an oak / wood finish, the typical FLW materials, we've shown lots of painted versions of the same. Wright worked with Gene Masselink on many artisitc pieces & works combining painted finishes with wood, to produce some very striking pieces. We just ran with the same ideas. As well as having the stylised designs as cut-outs from the doors, they can look equally good if applied to the doors, especially for the colour versions. The robes are shown a range of muted more pastel Arts & Crafts - early 20's colours.