Project 1085

Location: Brighton

Duration: 12 weeks

Budget: $100-150k

Scope: Multi-Room Renovation – Bathroom, Ensuite, Powder Room

Brief: The brief for these renovations started with wanting to create elegant bathrooms that are still functional. The clients wanted to create a feature through the strong marble benchtops, and a powder room that stood on its own. White and grey tones were the main visual choice for the bathroom and ensuite, with warm timber being brought into the powder room.

The powder room creates a warm sanctuary through the use of timber feature cabinetry. The contrast between the timber cabinetry and the rest of the room being covered in grey tiles creates a dramatic and elegant space. The backlit mirror brightens the room to show off the combination of warm and cool tones. The simple white wall basin on a timber bench maximises the vanity area in a small room.

The benchtops bring a dramatic mixture of grey tones into each bathroom. Paired with white subway tiles and grey tiles in the main bathroom, the grey tones from the benchtop are carried throughout the space. A feature wall in the ensuite brings texture to the space. The oval mirrors and pendant light emphasise the his and her style vanity and gives a luxurious feel to the room. Grey tiles are used on the floor and remaining walls, highlighting the feature wall. White cabinetry creates a simple vanity that doesn’t distract from the other finishes in each room.



Check out each of the rooms below by clicking on the photo. Each room goes into detail about the finishes and fixtures.

Project 1085


Project 1085


Project 1085