Bathroom à la rural turn of the century
On the ground floor, the family has designed a bathroom in old-fashioned style – not only for the convenience of guests, but also to reflect the nature of the house itself. The bathroom cabinet features framed doors to showcase a more finely worked, rural expression. Atmospheric shell handles in polished chrome round off the turn-of-the-century look. The partially tiled walls are clad in bevelled metro tiles with light seams, while the non- tiled areas of wall are painted a snug, warm grey colour. The floor tiles in imitation limestone – more hardwearing than actual limestone – radiate quality.
Two large windows let in plenty of daylight, which is neatly reflected in the mirror above the washbasin. “I really love the large, round mirror. It lets you look out over the sea while you’re washing your hands,” says Cathrine with a smile.