Trevor Bowers, director at Washroom Washroom explains how washroom designers can draw on the latest materials and finishes to create washrooms which not only have the ‘wow factor’ but which also perfectly complement the interior design of the building as a whole.
With a wide range of different materials, finishes and colours available for toilet cubicles, vanity units and duct panelling alike, it’s never been easier to create unique washrooms which reflect any space or design. Washroom Washroom’s bespoke approach offers architects and clients the flexibility to deliver a washroom solution to suit any style or brief from traditional to contemporary and everything in between.
The Washroom team is always looking for innovative new materials and finishes suitable for a washroom environment which will match any design brief. Period properties for example, have their own style and personality which clients are often keen to reference as part of the design – including in the washroom areas. Industrial-inspired design continues to be a popular theme especially for offices housed in converted warehouses. This style can be replicated in washrooms using concrete vanities, metro tiles, exposed light fittings and pipes as well as less polished taps and accessories.
Cre8ive Together – Washroom Washroom and Cre8
Something that gives Washroom the edge when it comes to creating washrooms which complement common areas is its dedicated in-house bespoke joinery division – Cre8 Joinery Solutions. Operating as two separate companies sharing the same passion for design and same state-of-the-art production facility, the two teams can join together to provide a comprehensive, integrated solution encompassing all elements of a client’s brief when required.
Together they can deliver a full joinery service including striking reception desks, creative meeting rooms, bespoke lift lobby areas as well as washrooms, showers and changing areas which all complement each other perfectly. Working together not only guarantees the same quality and consistency of work throughout but also helps to deliver a cohesive design across the entire building using the exact same materials – rather than a close match.