Tag Archives: roll top baths
Posted on 03. May, 2011 by Charlotte Laing.
Where were you on Friday, April 29th? The chances are you were glued to the TV like almost everybody else in the UK, watching our future King marry his sweetheart. Now Wills and Kate (or Catherine as we are now meant to call her) are married they’ve left behind the pomp and ceremony of London [...]
Posted on 05. Apr, 2011 by Charlotte Laing.
If you’ve got a period property, perhaps a Victorian terrace or an Edwardian country residence, then choosing the right bathroom is essential. We know that it can be tempting to simply choose what you like, without considering whether it really suits the house. But having an ultra-modern bathroom in an old house, or even worse, [...]
Posted on 08. Feb, 2011 by Charlotte Laing.
We’ve all got an idea in our head of the perfect romantic bathroom. Often it’s something we’ve seen on a travel website or in an interiors magazine. For me, ideally, it would have a huge bathtub, filled with luxurious bathing salts, it would be dimly lit with soft candlelight and would have views to die [...]
Posted on 17. Nov, 2010 by Charlotte Laing.
The Savoy in London, the very first hotel ever to fit en-suite bathrooms, has just re-opened after a massive refurbishment. It would be an understatement to say that the place now looks a million dollars, to be precise, it looks £200 million pounds. Yes, that was the eye-watering cost of the makeover. It probably makes [...]