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If you're designing a bathroom for a new home or renovating your existing one, you'll quickly discover how involved the process can be.
It's not only the challenge of how to fit the different functional zones into the often limited space available, but also the bewildering number of choices for the fittings, fixtures and materials required.
Classic, quiet, durable and always admired French Oak floors from Creative Flooring represent the créme de la créme of flooring fashion Read more
Full-height glazing in this contemporary master suite ensures lake views can be enjoyed from the freestanding tub or the double shower Read more
This contemporary home plays with wall planes and ceiling heights to create a dynamic interior that optimises natural light penetration and spaciousness Read more
Home Staging The Finishing Touch provides professional property styling to get the best sales results for both brand new and existing homes Read more
Large porcelain panels with the look of marble, a waterfall marble vanity top and a freestanding tub all evoke a luxurious feel in this bathroom in a restored heritage home Read more
Minimalist cabinetry and a long island with seating for five feature in this natural-look kitchen with ample storage and a wealth of functionality Read more
Lichen draped on the branches of mature oak trees provides cues for the layout, design and materials in this ridgeline home Read more
Attractive sand-bagged brick facade and textured, pressed metal tile roof add to the street appeal of this Orewa showhome
With an intuitive flow of rooms, versatile living spaces and a wealth of dedicated storage, this Fowler Homes showhome is all about enjoyment of life Read more
It's on the ground floor at the front of the house yet natural light still floods into this master ensuite without compromising privacy Read more
A small black box extension totally transforms the back of a 1930s brick townhouse, adding space, natural light and indoor-outdoor flow Read more
Slate tile flooring and matching wall tiles combine with a wood batten vanity and accent wall to give this bathroom a warm, natural appeal Read more