A Moody Tadelakt Tub in London

Dary Gray Blue Takelakt Bathroom London.jpg
Dary Gray Blue Takelakt Bathroom London.jpg

Catherine Bentley and Louis Hagen Corridor comprise Bentley Hagen Corridor, a London structure and inside design studio. For a latest transform of their very own flat, their aim was to create a “versatile house for residing/working with a number of room for storage.” Their 486-square-foot condominium has just one toilet, for which they wished a quiet, stress-free house. “It feels such as you’re stepping away from the large, vivid stay/work house and right into a softly lit, spa-like setting,” they are saying.

Pictures by India Hobson, courtesy of Bentley Hagen Corridor.

The firm had the brass-lipped medicine cabinet fabricated to their own specifications, embedded with original Wilhelm Wagenfeld sconces from the 1950s. The walls are tadelakt, a Moroccan traditional waterproof lime plaster wall finish, and the ceiling is raw, pink plaster.
Above: The agency had the brass-lipped medication cupboard fabricated to their very own specs, embedded with authentic Wilhelm Wagenfeld sconces from the 1950s. The partitions are tadelakt, a Moroccan conventional waterproof lime plaster wall end, and the ceiling is uncooked, pink plaster.
A Radford 51 sink made of limestone and resin from Victoria & Albert.
Above: A Radford 51 sink product of limestone and resin from Victoria & Albert.
The brass faucet is from Barber Wilsons & Co.
Above: The brass faucet is from Barber Wilsons & Co.
The shower door was a custom design; it’s fixed on one end to support the custom countertop, made of a single piece of Monterey cypress wood. “While coming up with the material palette, we were drawn to the beauty of combining dark gray tadelakt with the warm wood of the countertop, finished off with brass detailing.”
Above: The bathe door was a customized design; it’s fastened on one finish to assist the customized countertop, product of a single piece of Monterey cypress wooden. “Whereas developing with the fabric palette, we have been drawn to the magnificence of mixing darkish grey tadelakt with the nice and cozy wooden of the countertop, completed off with brass detailing.”
Though the tadelakt is pigmented dark gray, “it is somewhat reflective, and looks wonderful in candlelight.”
Above: Although the tadelakt is pigmented darkish grey, “it’s considerably reflective, and appears great in candlelight.”
A vintage seashell towel ring is one of several nods to nautical design.
Above: A classic seashell towel ring is considered one of a number of nods to nautical design.
The shower tub filler matches the sink’s faucet, also from Barber Wilsons & Co.
Above: The bathe tub filler matches the sink’s faucet, additionally from Barber Wilsons & Co.
The dark bathroom was designed to contrast with the bright, white vibe of the rest of the space.
Above: The darkish toilet was designed to distinction with the brilliant, white vibe of the remainder of the house.

Earlier than

The designers completely rehabbed the bathroom—”a grimy rental property with nasty sanitary ware”—retaining only the location of the plumbing rough-ins, “which saved time, work, and money.” The main problem was its layout, which the designers corrected by rotating the bath against the shorter wall and moving the sink in its place.
Above: The designers fully rehabbed the toilet—”a dirty rental property with nasty sanitary ware”—retaining solely the situation of the plumbing rough-ins, “which saved time, work, and cash.” The primary drawback was its format, which the designers corrected by rotating the bathtub towards the shorter wall and shifting the sink instead.

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