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See the winners, runners-up and highly commended entries in the 2020 TIDA Australia Bathrooms awards

Symmetry plays an important role in the design of this ensuite. The round, statement bathtub wonderfully contrasts the material palette of warm wood and brushed copper fixtures.

This bathroom is an artistic meeting of form and functionality. A reimagined layout and rich material palette combine to create a refined space.

With secret panels, glittering surfaces and a pop-up television, this impressive bathroom looks like it's straight out of a Bond film.

The blonde wood cabinetry and natural stone elements used in this bathroom create an aesthetic that feels like a calming day spa.

Vibrantly veined stone slabs and striking vinyl-faced wallpaper add plenty of personality into this powder room. 

This bathroom was redesigned to celebrate the ritual of bathing, with Carrara mosaics creating a luxurious and tactile design.

This family bathroom needed a complete overhaul to make better use of the footprint. Mottled, hexagonal tiles bring a soft focus effect to the space.

Set in the attic of a Californian bungalow, this bathroom was carefully designed around the sloping ceiling. Steel framed glass doors offer a glimpse into the ensuite.

Carefully placed lighting in this powder room makes the polished plaster walls look like they’re peeling open. Curved edges and textured finishing add to the organic feel.

A close connection to mother nature was important to the design of this bathroom.  A sculptural bathtub sits pride of place to soak up the views.

Located in the Victorian Railway Headquarters from the 1890’s, this project sought to reverse an unsympathetic renovation, whist still creating a contemporary space.

A raised plinth and sliding window allows ocean views to be easily enjoyed from the bathtub in this master ensuite.

The client’s love of concrete was a driving factor behind this bathroom design. An impressively long vanity bench runs the length of the bathroom creating a dramatic effect. 

After removing the bathtub, this ensuite now feels much larger. Pairing a deep green vanity with bright brass fixtures and fittings adds to the opulent feel.

A semi-industrial palette was chosen for this bachelor’s bathroom design. The key objective was to create a space to relax and unwind.

A curved mosaic-tiled wall, which follows the form of the round bathtub, is the standout design feature in this bathroom.

Maximising storage without compromising design was the biggest challenge for this master suite. Mirrored overhead cabinets provide a stylish solution.

The solution for this busy family bathroom was to do things by double – double basins, double tap ware, and double showers. The result is a relaxed yet functional room.

14 Aug, 2020

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