2020 TIDA New Zealand Designer Bathrooms

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

With a pared-back palette of large, timber-look tiles and matte black fixtures, this carefully considered bathroom is all about minimalism.

A back wall of blue stone, rough sawn timber cabinetry and a trough vanity basin were used to create an organic feel in this moody powder room.

This moody powder room was designed to mix modern with classic. The bright brush of blue and metallic floral wallpaper also adds interest and unique style to the space.

The clients of this home wanted a luxurious escape with a heritage feel. Classic choices and a clever use of space have achieved just that.

A rich material palette and maximising the sea views were the driving factors behind this bathroom’s design brief. 

This understated family bathroom was deliberately designed to have a minimalist and monochromatic feel.

The warm materials and finishes in this bathroom renovation were carefully chosen to celebrate the home’s heritage history in a modern way.

A bold feature wall of blue herringbone tiles adds interest and a sense of space to this sleek kid’s bathroom.

Large-scale terrazzo style tiles and a warm ply vanity were chosen to add interest to this master ensuite renovation.

This stylish bathroom ticks all the on-trend boxes with its curved edges, matte black fixtures and graphic finger tiles.

Marble-look tiles, quilted basins and gold tapware were used to add a sense of light and luxury into this ensuite bathroom.

This small, windowless bathroom was designed to feel like a luxurious space with a textural, white on white palette and plenty of thoughtfully placed lighting.

Brushed brass detailing and burnt timber-look tiles give this villa bathroom the luxurious, moody impact the clients asked for. 

Designed for a young family where bath time plays a big part in the day, this bathroom features a traditional aesthetic with a pop of colour to keep the kids engaged.

After being used as a barrister’s office for the past 20 years, this inner-city apartment bathroom has been redesigned with a New York industrial loft vibe.

With the toilet in full view, access to this ensuite was reconfigured through the wardrobe instead. Marble look tiles and chevron floor tiles add to the modern look.

The colour palette of this powder room is is opulent but earthy. The bespoke oak vanity with granite bench top is the statement piece in the space.

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.

The design objective of this bungalow bathroom renovation was to create a space that reflected the character of the house and had a connection to nature. 

Colourful, with a handmade feel was the design brief given for this bathroom renovation. The feature wall of green tiles certainly nailed the brief.

Practicality wasn’t a priority in this home’s third bathroom. The key requirement was an over the top shower experience – with three heads and multiple body jets this shower was just the ticket.

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.

This generous powder room was designed to make a statement. With statement wallpaper, wall panelling, and a quilted basin, it’s a modern take on classic features.

Story by: Trendsideas

01 Jul, 2020

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