Keeping it Natural with Drummonds

06 Feb 19

This master bathroom by interior designer Summer Williams forms a key part of the refurbishment of a Victorian townhouse.   For the owners, this is the first time that they have ever had an en suite and they wanted it to be ultra-luxurious, with a large bath, shower and double vanity, carefully placed to leave the room feeling light and spacious.
With the benefit of a designer’s eye, Summer Williams devised a clever floorplan, at the heart of which was Drummonds’ magnificent freestanding cast iron Usk bath, centred under the window. There is a deliberate symmetry in this bathroom, with mirrors, lights and taps also carefully aligned.  A simple colour palette of silvers and whites is carried throughout, underlining the sense of space and peace, with built-in storage keeping clutter out of sight to enhance this calm feeling.
Drummonds’ freestanding Double Ladybower vanity forms another key focus point in the bathroom and its richly figured Arabescato top is echoed inside the large shower enclosure, creating the sense of a grand wet room within a relatively compact area.   
The brassware throughout the entire bathroom is also from Drummonds, cast using the lost wax process to create weighty pieces with a forever feel. From taps to baths, Drummonds manufacture their products using traditional processes; an investment in quality which gives them unique permanence and beauty.  
Drummonds Products: 
Usk bath with a polished & lacquered exterior
Bath taps: Chessleton wall mounted 3-hole bath mixer
Double Ladybower vanity basin with Arabescato Marble
Basin taps: Chessleton lever 3-hole basin mixer
WC: The Rother wall mounted WC
Shower: Chessleton thermostatic shower plate + 1 way
Chessleton On/Off shower control: price from
Chessleton hand shower + wall bracket
Mull Classic wall mounted shower arm with 200mm shower rose
Robe hook
Interior Designer: Summer Williams of Summer Williams Design
Arabescato Vagli marble slabs + Thassos AAA marble Hungarian Point floor tiles from Lapicida