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How to Use Stone in Your Bathroom (How To Guide)

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Envisioning an elegant home inclined towards the raw and robust, Olive Cooke and Henry Tervenski exemplify how to use stone in your bathroom in crafting Base Camp Ewingsdale. Utilising natural stone by Artedomus, the main bathroom and master ensuite are individually defined.

Knowing how to use stone in your bathroom can allow you to create interiors that are both aesthetically superior and capable of standing the test of time. Combined with textures such as fabric, timber and plaster, natural stone contributes to a subtle selection of materials underpinned by a surprising sense of durability. Correctly chosen, the stone can have a transformative effect upon a bathroom space.

In Base Camp Ewingsdale, the main bathroom features Artedomus Travertine Zena. Neutral-toned grout – an effective yet understated detail – seamlessly blends the joints between the tiles, as well as the holes in the travertine itself. With its stone edges visually blurred by the grout, the bathroom proposes a compelling feeling of softness, making it a prime example of how to use stone in your bathroom.

The master ensuite champions a palladiana style of stonework. Large pieces of natural stone are joined to smaller connective pieces, creating a visually dynamic and unified image. Olive and Henry select a grey grout to function as a meeting point between the various tones.

Providing maintenance and installation tips, Artedomus offers expertise in how to use stone in your bathroom. Acidic and caustic cleaning products should be avoided, dismissed in favour of a PH-neutral option that does not harm the polish of the stone nor the effectiveness of the sealer.

During the process of renovation, knowing how to use stone in your bathroom strongly influences the end result. Base Camp Ewingsdale exemplifies the ability of natural stone to unify interior design and architecture, allowing a singular design intent to shine through.

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Photography by Andy Macpherson.
Architecture by Davis Architects.
Interior Design by Olive Cooke.
Build by Morada Build.
Landscape Architecture by Cooke Landscape Architecture.
Stones and Tiles by Artedomus.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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