BAGNODESIGN creates contemporary Art Deco design for a 1930s bathroom in Acton, West London.
BAGNODESIGN was chosen to feature in the KBB Drawing Board, offering a live brief for Neil and Juliet McDonald. Requested was a shower room to be designed with a 'contemporary spin on the Art Deco look'.
Naturally, the award-winning Art vanity unit was a perfect fit for the monochrome scheme, whilst offering useful storage space.
Even with the use of traditional Princess Nouveau brassware, to blur the lines between modern and traditional, the client felt that "The frameless open shower is very sleek and contemporary". Using black shower profiles with a black tray offers a modern update and adds drama, whilst consistently carrying the black accents throughout all aspects of the room. This continued through to the tiling choices; Juliet comments that "The half-height tiling is dramatic and we like the combination of plain and pattern as well as the gloss black border and trim". Each of our showrooms has a Tile Studio with a dedicated tile expert to help you choose the perfect tiles, from the extensive offering available.
Overall the McDonalds' "really love the slightly traditional feel of the sanitaryware, surfaces and lighting. This concept successfully references the Art Deco period". Read the full article here.
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