The narrowness of the colour palate helps to give a feeling of light and space. Of course, the floor to ceiling mirrors make the room seem twice as big, and with a room this good-looking, why not? The neatness of these dove grey panelled wardrobes make them an excellent choice, and their lines are echoed in the bed’s headboard and the vertical panel radiator.

The ripple of the parquet floor and the creaminess of the soft roman blinds add character and depth to this project. The same is true of the little details; the chrome, cup pull handles are virtually the only curves in the room apart from the clever semi circle light that appears to have grown from the wall.

On walking into the bathroom, it feels like you are walking out of London Bridge and into some splendid Mediterranean bathhouse. This is a lesson in experimenting with different styles and pulling them all together in a way that seems effortless. The rustic charm of the encaustic effect Mediterranean style flooring and natural stone tiles, contrasts with the sharpness of the contemporary angular shower enclosure and the clean lines of the flat panel chrome radiator. At the same time, the styles complement each other. The juxtaposition from combining the rusticity of the natural stone cylindrical washbasin with the elegance of the swan neck tap, serves to intensify character of both.

It is not only styles, but colours that have been well thought out here. On a beige canvas, the shade of the chalky grey vanity unity resonates with smoky hues of tiles. The green oval frosted glass shelves add a further dimension to this palette

This bathroom is like an artist’s experimental painting. The result? Beautiful