This striking bathroom suite was inspired by an early Omega Workshop's painted piece of furniture, for Mdme Vandervelde. The deep red brown colouring of the suite is very strong, probably too much for many people in a bathroom. But it does show you can take their ideas & produce new designs with them. The painted foliage panels are wonderful & graphic. The green door frames contrast well with the reds. The foliage design was turned on it's side to work with the bath panel proportions. The wall mirror is one of our designs & was inspired by a painted frame at Charleston farmhouse, it matches the colouring of the rest of the furniture perfectly.
We try to show the furniture as cut outs against a white background, so you can see the designs to best effect. In reality, when you add wall colour, flooring, tiles, blinds, etc. the furniture would be toned down alot & you would have a new Omega Bloomsbury style bathroom. While the Omega didn't do any bathrooms as such (bathrooms were still a new fangled invention c.1913) there are examples at Charleston farmhouse later on, by some of the same artists. The bath panel is based on Vanessa Bell's 'Adam & Eve' design c.1913.
The vanity unit can be made to any size you want, even a double. You can have a range of worktops, from wood, painted, granite, marble, Corian, etc. etc.. For basins you can choose between an undermounted sink, sit-on bowl, inset sink, etc.. The vanity unit has a shelf & a removable back panel for access for pipework. We don't give out sizes until we've agreed a specification with a client, as made to order.
Rather than doing as Omega & Bloomsbury did, in buying up junk furniture & decorating it, we design & produce pieces from new with the designs planned from the start to create unified pieces. The bathroom pieces above are shown in a clean new painted finish, but we can antique & generally batter these pieces to give them an older look if you prefer. This bathroom suite manages to do something they never did (& possibly never wanted to do either) & that was to produce a co-ordinated range of furnishings. They were artists generally producing 1 off pieces. The above bathroom shows how you can take & adapt their ideas & designs to produce new work. The result is very striking to say the least, but looks crisp & contemporary as well. These are the pieces that establish the look & feel of the bathroom, not the shower, WC, towel rail, etc. The WC seat could be painted the same colour scheme as well. Made to order.