Pinterest bathroom ideas: how does Salacia work with Pinterest ideas?

Bathroom ideas – using Pinterest and other tools

We all love a bit of Pinterest. When Pinterest came along, it was like Google for images. Just what we needed to collate all our ideas for our new bathroom and other interior design mood boards. The only challenge is when we want to see these bathroom ideas brought to life when we actually come to renovating our bathroom. Can the designer do this? Will they do their own designs? Is it possible to find the design in one place? Are we mad?! Here to answer this question is Simon May – Creative Director at Salacia of London.


Simon May – Creative Director at Salacia of London

bathroom ideas. Salacia of London
Simon May Creative Director

What Simon can’t draw isn’t worth illustrating.

His unique ability of being able to visualise in minutes a vague thought in his clients’ mind-eye – bringing concepts to life in simple yet compelling sketches, is like watching a maestro at work.

Simon has over 24 years worth of practical experience in both residential and commercial interior design, having worked for global agencies and clients in London, Milan & Sydney Australia. Clients include Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge, Moda In Pele for House of Fraser, and Dennys. And with a background education in furniture design, Simon’s creative process brings a very full spectrum of detail to his work.

More recently Simon founded his own interior design practice in London where he and his talented team craft unique environments for a multitude of clients. Sectors including retail, F&B, hotel, workplace and residential.

As Creative Director at Salacia Of London Simon is focused on developing new bathroom environments and product ranges on the one hand and working direct with clients to create bespoke bathroom designs on the other.

Also from Simon – what one word should describe your bathroom?

Our director is here to answer design questions. When designing your bathroom, what one word should describe your new bathroom? Subscribe to our YouTube channel now for more videos.

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