Being a bespoke dressing room, the design team felt that some bespoke detailing on the door panels would soften the room and add interest and texture to the space. The idea for the ribbed convex panels came from a bar we had designed previously for another client. The ribbed panels also help deaden the rooms’ accoustics by disrupting sound. They give the space a distinctive look which is completely bespoke to the client.
Ribbed panels were designed to bring texture into the room
A large copper bath sits at the centre of the dressing room
To enhance the bespoke nature of the wardrobe design, we worked with the builder to run the fibrous plaster cornice around the face of the work.
The dressing room island was kept low so as not to crowd the space
The view from the end of the copper bath
Glass fronted drawers are set within the European oak table and give the room a haberdashery bespoke outfitters flavour, and are perfect for scarves, finer fabrics and underwear to be stored in. Leather button bow handles from Turnstyle Designs finish the look of the piece.
The large table also has an additional purpose, acting as a suitcase packing surface on which clothes can be neatly folded and packed.
Shoe storage is just one of the many things to consider in dresisng room design
All the drawers in the dressing room island have glazed fronts
Some interior architectural design had to come into play during the design of the bespoke shower in the house, and by manipulating a bulkhead, we were able to run the fibrous plaster cornice, which ran around the room, across the outside face of the shower as opposed to into the shower cavitity which would have been awkward. This also matches the detail in the main dressing room.