Quite Simply French - Ashton Room
When you walk into the Ashton room you’re immediately greeted with a view of the River Lune. This spacious room is split over two levels; a lower level with ensuite bathroom, sofa and dressing facilities and an upper level with free standing bath and sumptuous king size bed complete with an Ernie cushion.
The free-standing bath is sat perfectly on some ‘Shark Negro’ tiles by Peronda that have uplighters set into them to illuminate the bath. The result of this is a cosy and enticing bath area perfectly nestled into a corner of the mezzanine, overlooking the river and the lower floor.
The Ashton en-suite features ‘Grunge Oxidum’ tiles by Aparici on 3 walls and the floor. This large format, porcelain tile has an industrial look inspired by copper and metal tones. It has a laparto finish which is in between gloss and matt, giving a subtle shine when it catches the light.
The striking feature wall is tiled floor to ceiling in ‘Tin Tile Rusty Nero’ by Mainzu; a square, 3D embossed tile with random, ornate patterns. These metallic tiles have a vintage look to them, sitting alongside the industrial looking ‘Grunge’ tiles nicely in an “old meets new” feel, very much like that of the building QSF is in. The feature wall is home to the basin and mirror and the Tin Tile frames them perfectly.
The bronzed tones of this en-suite work superbly with the exposed beams in this room and the industrial inspired tiles gives a gentle nod to the historical origins of the buildings along Lancaster Quay where Quite Simply French is located.
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