Personalise Your Bath
At Waters baths we believe you should never just have a bath, you should love your bath, which is why you can now personalise your bath by customising the outer shell with any colour from the Farrow & Ball™ colour pallet.
Compliments any of our: Linear, i-Line & Elements stone freestanding baths
Choose from our entire collection of 15 stunning freestanding bath models in any Farrow & Ball™ colour available in an eggshell finish from their extensive colour pallet. Each bath is hand painted by our artisan craftsman ensuring a perfect finish and attentive detail for a charge of £295.00 Inc. VAT. Because each bath is hand painted lead times and deliveries may take longer, please consult your dealer for more information.
Choosing your colour...
When it comes to choosing colour, there are no strict rules but there are many factors to take into consideration. Architecture, the purpose, shape and direction of a room and above all light, should be taken into account as they will contribute to the changing appearance of colours.
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- Start by thinking how light moves through your house and the effect it has at different times of the day.
- Consider the period of your property and whether this also influences your choice.
- Think about the colours you are comfortable with - look at your furniture and fabrics. Decide on a palette that feels right to you.
- Don’t be tempted to use too many colours as you may distract from the very thing you are trying to enhance.
- Monochromatic schemes are particularly good for irregular shaped rooms as they help to iron out any visual faults.
In general, cool colours make a room feel larger and give a more formal look to a room. To make a room feel larger choose cool colours, but beware of making a room feel cold by using strong shades of blues and greens. In normal situations a mid tone green or blue colour like Cooking Apple Green, Light Blue or Blue Gray work best. If you are looking to expand on light and space, use the lightest colour on the biggest area.
*Colour tips courtesy of Farrow&Ball.com