Grand Designs Live The Lavatory Project

We’re obsessed with loos here at HappilyTania so it was with joy that we received these images from Grand Designs Live’s Lavatory Project, a series of eight installations each imagined by a different interior designer. You can see these toilets in RL by getting down to the show. Otherwise feast your eyes here…

Joanna Beaven of Aube Interiors design wanted to bring the outside in. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Maria Gratsova of Bright Designs features a warm, cheerful colour scheme. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Helen Crouch of Concept & Completion was inspired by the upcoming Royal Wedding to create this ‘throne room’. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Lyndsey Burrow of Grace & Grey Interiors uses flamingo wallpaper in this feminine design. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Trish Coggans of Outshine Interiors goes for Hollywood glamour with this opulent design. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Samantha Theakstone of Samantha Jane Décor uses bold graphic shapes in this geometric design. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

HappilyTania’s favourite is this one by Sharon Jane of Sharon Jane Designs, which uses sections of weaved wallpaper and greenery for a loo reminiscent of sunnier climes. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

Lisa Roberts of The Open Plan puts in lines and circles in this black and white clean design. Photo credit: Alister Veryard

4 Comments on "Grand Designs Live The Lavatory Project"

  1. Deborah NGOM | 22nd May 2018 at 4:38 pm |

    I had the priviledge to go to the exhibition in London but i did not have any leaflet for the different lavatory project.
    And now i find all that i’m looking for so i want to thank you.
    Some of them are just amazing.incredibly beautiful
    Kind regards

  2. Thank you Tania for posting x I have only just seen this, I’m Trish from Outshine Interiors- the Hollywood Glam Lav!! It was amazing to design for Grand Designs and all 8 of us gave visitors a lot of inspiration- appreciate you sharing, Trish 😊

    • Tania O'Donnell | 2nd June 2018 at 9:04 am |

      Your design (and the others) were all gorgeous and we really enjoyed seeing them. Thanks so much for sharing those with us – time to get busy with our loo methinks!

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