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This bathroom builds on the wider cabinetry vibe through the home – as well as being designed to appeal to a range of potential home buyers

Designed by Carmen Hubber, Hub Design

From the designer:

We were tasked with designing a home to be marketed to potential buyers – the trick was to make this home attractive to a broad section of high-end homebuyers. 

The brief for the bathrooms was to produce an elegant, but not glitzy, design with an earthy feel. The style was to be warm and work well with our moody presentation for the rest of the home. 


We chose the Icocci range of tiles for their impact and classic patterning – they worked well with other elements in the home, keeping the bathrooms relatively neutral but with the ability to use more than one tone of colour.

The bespoke custom designed vanities have Sage doors with Rangitoto panels, Dekton benchtops with negative details and minimalist black chrome handles. 

These elements follow on from the custom kitchen and wardrobe detailing throughout the home.

Credit list

Vanity cabinetry
Timbalook Rangitoto, by Sage Doors
Bath and basin
Victoria & Albert
Shower stool
Custom
Wall tiles
Icocci Patchwork, by Global Tile
Heating
Underfloor
Co-designer (specification, 3D renders and plans)
Jordan Kuizinas, Hub Design
Benchtops
Dekton
Taps, shower fittings, accessories
Progetto
Floor tiles
Icocci Cenere, by Global Tile
Lighting
LED mirrors and LED ceiling lights
Awards
Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Bathrooms – Highly Commended

Designed by: Carmen Hubber, Hub Design

Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Marina Matthews

12 Sep, 2021

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