Our design service extends to all types of bathrooms, small, large, traditional and contemporary alike. Although we may not be able to visit each design project, we do post where we can, pictures on our Facebook page. Below we have highlighted projects that show the diversity in design that Harlequin offers. We shall continue to update this page.

Romantic Pastel Bathroom, Jan 2017

The ensuite design pictured below captures a homely romantic feel, sourcing inspiration from our Pinterest boards and decor magazines we pulled together the fresh New England style with a modern country twist. The patterned mix tiles create a beautiful feature floor and offered a palette of tonal pastels which influenced the finishes for the rest of the room. The ivory and cream tones of the tiles blend perfectly with the matt seashell, enamel finish of the Kaldewei shower tray, the clean lines of the walk in shower open the space as you enter the room leading the eye to the centerpiece of the room; the washstand. The style and practicality of the vanity was key to the design, knowing the style we wanted and the space available we worked with bespoke cabinet makers who hand built this solid oak unit, finished in Farrow and Ball Skyight and topped with Creme Marfil marble work surface.

The design and finish of the room has been a huge success, where the room was once crowded and dark it is now inviting, fresh and full of personality.

Case Study of a Harlequin Bathroom Project

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Contemporary Minimal Bathroom, March 2017


The original bathroom felt small and dark due to the shower being positioned in front of the doorway. By combining the bath over the shower we have created the space this room deserves. The bath is a very generous 1800x900mm, offering plenty of room to shower and relax. To keep the clean lines at the bath we concealed the valve in the wall and installed a large fixed head from the ceiling. A hand shower was positioned in the corner of the bath with the hose neatly stored below the bath deck. The simplicity of the layout allowed us to use a single glass bath screen that could fold up against the wall when not in use.

To maintain the illusion of space and lead the eye to the feature alcoves we kept the selection of colours and finishes to a minimum. The natural tile offers a timeless back drop for the drift wood and mosaic textures. The additional of the lighting in the alcoves  reflects the glass mix within the mosaic showing off the attention to detail.

The addition of a waterfall spouts at the basin and bath are the hidden extra detail to the room.

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