Originally an old and tiny 1950’s bathroom, this renovated inner sanctum takes over the space of the existing bathroom, and two adjacent bedrooms. The generous space creates a retreat for the owners, with the double vanity allowing for use by multiple people at the same time.
A large walk in shower with a wall fixed shower head and handheld shower, as well as niches to allow a clean line of storage space in the shower. To keep the overall look of the bathroom clean, the basin taps are mounted to the wall, as well as a hidden cistern for the toilet. A large mirror above the vanity enhances the natural light from the window opposite, and floods the bathroom creating a sense of serenity.
The tile selection creates a simple and clam space whilst still giving the space texture and depth. The fresh white Caesartstone benchtop compliments the darker wall tiles and the softer polished porcelain tiles.
Project showcased in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Volume 23 Number 2 (Page 224-225)