The brief was to update the bathroom & Ensuite to become a space of luxury, the clients were after a ‘transitional’ design, a blend between traditional and modern. Minimal wall tiling height was requested to add character using a feature paint colour above tiling. Easy cleaning fixtures and fittings and large format tiles were a must have as their original small decorative tiles were horrible to keep clean.
Original taps were leaking causing water damage, this was coming through the floor cause visible damage to the ceiling downstairs. High quality products and workmanship was most important to this client.
The original ensuite had a corner spa bath which took up a lot of space and a small enclosed shower. To provide a better use of space and cater to the client’s needs this was replaced with a freestanding bath and large open shower.
A custom vanity unit in 2Pac white gloss provided stylish storage. The plumbing was altered to allow for a wall hung vanity creating a larger sense of space. The ensuite vanity benchtop was in 20mm Ceasarstone Wild Rice, this complemented the Sierra Beige 600x600mm polished porcelain tile which were used for the floor and walls.
The colour palate for the Main bathroom was subtlety different using warm greys. The vanity benchtop was in 20mm Ceasarstone Raven stone, this was paired up with Carrara Venato 1200x600mm polished porcelain tiles.
Tapware and fittings fused soft round edges with a slender profile providing an beautiful, elegant appearance.
Special bathroom details that were incorporated were a shower niche, strip grate and smart grate with tile inserts, Pop-up Clipsal power points from wall, Clipsal Saturn Series switch plate, heated towel bars, Linear 3 in 1 Heat lamp unit, LED Magnifying Wall Mirror on extendable arm.
As a result the Ensuite and bathroom were transformed into luxurious spaces, delivering on high quality design, workmanship and finishes. The clients are thrilled to have a space that complements their lifestyle.
Designer: Jessica Crook
Building Supervisor: Rob Wallace
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