12 interesting uses of tiles from the 2020 TIDA bathroom awards
Here are 10 inspirational uses of tiles seen in our popular 2020 TIDA bathroom awards. Not all these surfaces are tile, you say? Look closer, tile technology has come a long way!
Highly Commended – Carmen Hubber – Hub Design – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
Large-scale terrazzo style tiles and a warm ply vanity were chosen to add interest to this master ensuite renovation.
Highly Commended – Kirsty Davis Kitchen Design – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
A bold feature wall of blue herringbone tiles adds interest and a sense of space to this sleek kid’s bathroom.
Highly Commended – Katie Scott – Sticks+Stones Design – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
Brushed brass detailing and burnt timber-look tiles give this villa bathroom the luxurious, moody impact the clients asked for.
Finalist – Angelique Armstrong – Armstrong Interiors – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
Stone and ceramic elements were chosen in this home gym bathroom to create an understated and luxurious feel. The stone pedal basin adds a sculptural effect to the space.
Finalist – Brittany Hunt – Design Haus – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
Colourful, with a handmade feel was the design brief given for this bathroom renovation. The feature wall of green tiles certainly nailed the brief.
Winner – Angelique Armstrong – Armstrong Interiors – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
This French inspired bathroom has a classic, feminine style that was designed to be functional for easy wheel chair access.
Runner-up – Nicholas Mann – AO Architecture – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms
With a pared-back palette of large, timber-look tiles and matte black fixtures, this carefully considered bathroom is all about minimalism.
Winner – Darren James Interiors – 2020 TIDA Australia Designer Bathrooms
This bathroom is an artistic meeting of form and functionality. A reimagined layout and rich material palette combine to create a refined space.
Winner – Mark Gacesa, Ultraspace – 2020 TIDA Australia Designer Suites
With secret panels, glittering surfaces and a pop-up television, this impressive bathroom looks like it's straight out of a Bond film.
Runner-up – Debra Brockman Interior Architecture + Design – 2020 TIDA Australia Designer Bathrooms
Mottled, hexagonal tiles bring a soft focus effect to this new ensuite in an addition to a family home that had undergone poorly thought through renovations in the past.
Highly Commended – Penny del Castillo, In Design International – 2020 TIDA Australia Designer Bathrooms
Located in the Victorian Railway Headquarters from the 1890’s, this project sought to reverse an unsympathetic renovation, whist still creating a contemporary space.
Finalist – Nicola Manning Design – 2020 TIDA New Zealand Powder Room
The challenge for this powder room was to create a luxurious space that was also practical for the laundry. The result is a richly finished room with layers of texture.
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