Minimalist Luxury Bathrooms Inspired by Hotels | Portfolio | Brilliant SA
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Minimalist Bathrooms

  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
  • Hotel Luxury Bathrooms
Date

2017

Category
Bathrooms, Portfolio
Tags
Small Bathrooms
About This Project

Minimalist Luxury Bathrooms

Our designer transformed the original three way bathroom to two separate, hotel inspired, minimalist bathrooms for our clients. Both rooms share very similar sleek, hotel style finishes. Attention to detail and all the luxury finishes feature in these feature packed bathrooms.

Ensuite

The clients had lived with a 3 way bathroom for so long, they simply longed for a private ensuite. Therefore, we began by closing off a wall and restricting access to the ensuite through the master bedroom. The feature flow basin with geberit bottle trap is perfectly minimalist. However, as there is no vanity, storage was essential in the recessed mirrored shave cabinet. Luxury features include wall mounted mixer taps, underfloor heating, heated towel rails, a universal LED magnifying mirror and a shower niche. The dual option of a shower rose and shower rail with soap dish allows for an additional level of hotel style luxury. While, the fully frameless 10mm clear glass shower screen and floor to ceiling tiles make this ensuite an ease to clean. A new fixed white translucent glass window provides the perfect level of privacy and natural light.

 

Main Bathroom

The main bathroom is in essence very similar to the ensuite. The same floor and wall tiles were selected, while a wall hung Evo wall basin with the same geberit bottle trap retains consistency between the rooms. However, as a tall linen cupboard was installed just outside this room there was little requirement of storage. The clients wanted to keep this room uncluttered and minimal. A Kudos Backlit mirror 600×800 with recessed frame complements the square shape of the basin. The fully frameless enclosed shower features a new fixed translucent window which doubles as a shower niche.

Designed by Steve Mahlo and built by the Brilliant SA Team.
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Before the Renovation