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Sheena Notley-Griffiths’ luxury bathroom trends


“The Kitchen Furniture Fair in Milan sets kitchen design trends for the next two years – there’s a major trend for concrete and metallic kitchen doors which is a movement away from high-gloss white to matt lacquer kitchen finishes. The use of wooden open shelving and the darker woods and finishes result in a luxurious, eclectic look,” says Ozorio.


“Ice-grey suites are increasingly popular as are living finishes, while bronze suites continue to be seen in bathrooms throughout Belgravia and Knightsbridge.” TIMELESS STYLE

“Creating a liveable, functional and beautiful space with luxurious touches will form the basis of a timeless home. Investing in quality materials and avoiding statement colours such as red can also increase a home’s selling potential.” FUNCTIONALITY AND LUXURY

“Functionality is at the forefront of our designs – creating spaces that are both liveable and luxurious. A client recently asked us to include a bath to accommodate five children, so we’re having a bespoke tub manufactured.”

Designers’ details: CONNAUGHT KITCHENS 2 Porchester Place, W2 2BS. 020 7706 2210.

HELEN GREEN DESIGN 29 Milner Street, SW3 2QD. 020 7352 3344.

Dexters Magazine Winter 2017  
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