Australia TIDA Bathrooms

For more than 30 years, Trends has promoted great home design ideas through its print, digital and online media.

The Trends International Design Awards – TIDAs – take that involvement to the next level with the search for the best kitchens, bathrooms and homes across a number of the countries where Trends has a presence.

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For this ensuite by Hither Consulting, the ceiling was removed to reveal the home’s traditional architectural lines, accentuated by uplighting

This new master ensuite forms a mini-extension to the existing bedroom – hexagonal tiles and a frosted glass window create a quiet space that is still within earshot of the children

A feature wall of hexagonal marble wall tiles offers an understated yet key feature in this resort-style bathroom

Glamour and practicality come together in this theatrical powder room which also includes a thoughtful cultural reference

An airy private master suite addition in brick and standing-seam steel exudes the luxury of a Balinese Villa while maintaining a cool exterior aesthetic reminiscent of Melbourne laneways

Dramatic sculpted zones; secret panels and doors; a pop-up television; refined woodworking; and flowing, glittering surfaces are just some exciting touches that make this master suite ideal for ou...

Designed as a series of considered spaces, this ensuite gives functional design a stylish name. Read on to find out how designer Darren James turned practi...

In one move to future-proof this master bathroom, designer Steve Gliosca avoided under-bench vanity storage that would need to be stooped down to to access its contents. Instead he introduced storage behind ...

Symmetry plays a part in this bathroom’s striking presence. However, perhaps its most elemental pleasure is tucked away out of sight

The Trends International Design Awards (TIDAs) showcase the latest and best designs from across New Zealand and Australia. There are a few recurring elements in the wide range...

Appealing symmetry meets combined functionality in this seamlessly merged bathroom and dressing space

The aptly named slipper bath provides a focal point at one end of this long ensuite. Traditional, but not quite, the tub is a perfect response to the wider home’s classic-with-a-twist ...