This space, believe it or not, began as a tight bathroom and kitchen. Our clients decided to relocate the kitchen to the back of the house pending further renovations. As a result, this allowed us to remove a wall and as a result create one spacious bathroom. The clients selected finishes coupled with our designer’s vision resulted in a contrasting modern bathroom.
With two spaces becoming one, this allowed for a complete layout reconfiguration. One window was bricked up creating space for a long wall hung double vanity and centered mirrored cabinets. Consequently, we solved the clients need for more storage space. The clients requested an open, light and bright bathroom with clean lines and contrasting details. Therefore, the original kitchen window was maintained and a luxurious back to wall freestanding bath was centered below. As a result this large window provides excellent natural light to the room.
An open walk in shower with a large ceiling rain shower was important to the function and aesthetics of the space. Square White Gloss 200x200mm brick bond laid tiles were applied to maintain a connection to the era of the home. These tiles complemented the classic style of the home with a contemporary twist. The addition of black wall paint above the tile height provided a sharp and complementing contrast.
The result of is a grand contrasting modern bathroom with beautiful spacious features, substantial storage space and dual usability. Its a bathroom that is adaptable to the couples lifestyle and future plans for their home.
We already knew our bathroom was a winner as we absolutely love it, but this just proves it.
It was fantastic to work with you too and as we’ve said to everyone who’s seen it, we couldn’t fault working with Brilliant SA – the attention to detail, timeframes, craftsmanship and the professionalism of everyone involved was excellent. We have no doubt we’ll be working with you again in the future.
Designed and built by the Brilliant SA team.
Designer: Jessica Crook
Building Supervisor: David Lamond