We all need a good bubble bath now and again, so pour a glass, light a candle and get ready to dive into a new post.
CP Hart’s showroom seems to grow every time I visit, it is an impressive space located under the Victorian arches of Southern Railway.
If you’re in need of some bathroom inspiration that isn’t white on white with a touch more white, then scoot on over to London’s largest bathroom showroom. As you step inside you’ll instantly find yourself in an interesting place as you walk under the exposed brick vaulted ceiling.
Before I take you on a tour that’ll make floral lovers eyes bulge beyond belief, here are some snippets from the rest of the showroom.
How hot is this colour combination? Nero Portoro marble taps with contrasting brass faucets mixed with a gorgeous green freestanding basin.
Now that’s what you call a floor mounted tap, it’s quite the beast!
A party celebrating all things bathroom related meant that the bubbles were flowing like an endless tap. Checking the showers were in working order was obviously a necessity for the evening.
The entire space was bustling with excitement in preparation for the unveiling of the collection, so here you have it House of Hackney’s Urban Jungle.
Iconic Palmeral print wallcoverings brightened up the space, with wall mounted floating basins and matching ceramic accessories to compliment the basin.
Introducing one of the two room sets designed by HOH, the traditional room incorporated a freestanding tub, basin on pedestal and panelled walls.
The inspiration came from the concept of a dark glamorous Victorian greenhouse.
This has to be the moodiest most amazing bathroom I’ve ever laid eyes on. The ceiling was entwined in jungle planting; you could lay in the bath staring up at lush foliage and imagine you had been transported to the middle of the jungle.
In fact it looked so appealing we couldn’t help but take it in turns to test it out.
If you’ve already fallen head over heels for the moody blue bathroom, wait until you see this space.
Ladies and gents control yourselves – pink meets pattern, mixed with tassels, flowers basically everrrrrything.
This is the contemporary room set, inspired by the 1930s with an art deco twist but revamped for the modern age.
The lovely Limerence pattern works beautifully with the pastel tones demonstrated in the room.
Oh la la, so in love with the armchair > lamp > toilet and not forgetting the tiles.
Pastel tiles laid in a herringbone formation graduating up the wall, contrasted with white marble tap fittings – what more could you want.
HOH prove you can create a truly tranquil space even with energetic designs; bathrooms don’t need to be boring. I’m pretty sure I heard you whisper… #BathroomGoals
The rest of the evening was spent dancing to the live band and partying late into the night – the best type of bathroom shopping!