Designing your bathroom can present various possibilities and challenges, more so than any other room in the home. It’s your chance to stamp your style on the room, whether it’s in a period property or a smaller space.
We’ve picked some of the key luxury bathroom suites in the Heritage collection, to give you some inspiration when choosing your new bathroom.
Just like its namesake palace in the Cotswolds, Blenheim offers sweeping style arches and symmetrical lines. You don’t have to live in one to create a palatial look, a statement bath can create a classic and elegant feel, suited to modern homes. Add ‘Hemsby’ taps for an opulent finishing touch.
Inspired by the late-Georgian Manor in Bath, Claverton‘s D-shaped basin is practical and elegant, with curves best matched by ‘Glastonbury’ taps and showers. Complete the look with a Orford freestanding bath, or if you’re working with a smaller space, the Claverton fitted bath.
For an art-deco feel, Wynwood reflects the hip art and fashion district of Miami with captivating details that are quirky and timeless. Style Wynwood with bold tiles and an even bolder black-painted roll top Hadleigh or Dorset bath.
Updating a bathroom suited to a Victorian style can be a challenge, and Heritage Bathrooms suggest the Victoria, which adds romance and opulence. The showstopper piece in the Victoria range has to be the freestanding bath, but another great feature is the Double Console Basin, which has plenty of space for couples’ grooming products. Lavish wallpaper and lighting finish the romantic look.
Instantly recognisable as a Heritage Bathroom, Granley is one of the most popular ranges, as it lends itself to suiting a variety of bathroom spaces. The striking angles are best accentuated by period colours and ‘Glastonbury’ taps with elegant levers.
If your personal style is country chic, the Dorchester range offers options to suit almost any space. Choose the basin shape to best suit your space, whether round, square, matched with a pedestal or with a freestanding vanity unit. Think about light coloured panelling as a complementary detail to Dorchester’s subtle lines.
Rhyland is perfectly proportioned for contemporary bathrooms, with fluted columns giving the appearance of space. Kitsch styling is recommend for the Rhyland range – add pops of colour with statement wallpaper and painted heated towel rails.
Taking inspiration from the Gothic and Arabic style of Belmonte Castle in Spain, Belmonte has plenty of detailing without looking too fussy. WCs in the Belmonte range are versatile with options for portrait or landscape fittings. Keep lines classically clean, but add in some statement tiles.
Visit your local MKM branch to find out more about Heritage Bathrooms.