7 ways wood delivers in a bathroom setting

Natural and sustainable, but not suitable for damp environments? Wrong! Modern treatments make wood the perfect ally in bathroom design – check out these examples

The pleasing lustre of natural wood; the durability of wood-look finishes; timber delivering texture; and even wood employed for strong visual contrast – these projects reflect the diverse and pleasing ways wood can come to the bathroom design party.

1. Making waves

Designer: Alan Bertenshaw, Matisse

Cabinetry: Vanity cabinetry and wall units – Dolcevita, in Natural Oak; Dolcevita open shelving in Natural Oak with black tinted glass shelving

Photography: Jamie Cobel

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2. Natural impression

Designer: Dane Richardson, Dane Design

Cabinetry: Laminex Impressions, Natural Teak Nuance Finish

Photography: Ange Wall

3. Warmth of oak

Designer: Rarebirds Interiors

Cabinetry: Custom, oak panelled 

Photography: Kelsie Barley

4. Looking the part

Designer: CSA Craig Steere Architects

Cabinetry: Navurban – Balmoral veneer

Photography: Jody D'Arcy

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5. White loves wood (strong contrast helps impaired vision owner)

Designer: Strachan Group Architects (SGA)

Cabinetry: Custom designed in spotted gum; supplied by Philbe Design

Ceiling: timber

Photography by Simon Wilson

6. Warm and timeless

Designer: Giorgi

Vanity/benchtop: Prime Oak Wood Matt, Polytec, by Three Dimensional Cabinets

Wallcovering: Prime Oak Wood Matt, Polytec

Photography: Alex Reinders

7. 'Because it's beautiful'

Designer: Shelley Cattle, for Fowler Homes Waikato

Cabinetry: Plumbline Forma Opaco – fluted wood finish

Photography: Arie Stokes

Story by: Trendsideas

26 Nov, 2023

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