take styling inspiration from London’s grandest hotels, such as the Savoy, the ritz and the Ned, and channel the edwardian gentleman's club design. Moody and masculine, this look champions wood (typically mahogany, walnut and dark-stained oak) and craftsmanship. ‘Dark timber provides a richness that can make a more formal space feel very special,’ says interior designer Suzy Hoodless. ‘Underfoot, we love to use parquet in a rich fumed oak finish. there are some great geometric designs that feel quite contemporary, bringing edwardian style into the 21st century without ignoring the heritage.’ elevated antique details, such as taps with porcelain lever handles and freestanding brass towel rails, will keep everything feeling smart and tailored.
Project details this is an antique Art Nouveau cast-iron bath – called the Doulton – which was restored to order by the Water Monopoly. expect to pay around £4,200 for similar.