Let a circular shower unit dominate the space and decorate crucial corners with gold plated details.
Photography by S Thiru, Styling by Sonia Dutt

You can also add: Bridgeford faucet, part of the Authentic Range by Paul Flowers

Into the Woods: Revel in a calming timber paradise

by Jaina Chandwany Sep 14, 2015

It’s never too late to honour the historian in you. Introduce a Gandhian civility or a vintage varnish to your privy, as seen here in architect Pradeep Sachdeva’s weekend home in the remote interiors of Gurgaon.

Here’s how you can achieve a similar look. Choose a primarily dark timber foundation in dual tones of brown matched with raw planks for the flooring. Keep the detailing pat down to the tee with gold plated hooks and old time latches or locking systems with textured patina.

A shower curtain doesn’t have to be a single partition that you draw from one side to the other. Try this instead: A 360-degree panel in off-white, hung on a circular rod, encasing a slightly raised bathing tray.    

Break the all-wood look with brass fittings and faucets. Lastly, use opaque linen as curtains for the windowsill for a soft glow of light throughout.

Get this look
Leaf etched washbasin cast by John Bowman

You can also add: Bridgeford faucet, part of the Authentic Range by Paul Flowers