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A wall to wall marble finish runs across the vanity too in this luxurious powder room while deft moves negate penthouse limitations

Designed by Kerrie Richardson, Lux Interiors

From the designer:

Design brief:

Our penthouse clients required a lavish powder room for their guests to use.

Homeowner’s requests:

  • Lavish design to suit the penthouse atmosphere
  • A room for guests to use
  • Hidden storage of toilet rolls and cleaning products
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Minimal grout
  • Keep the existing linen cupboard but make it less obvious

Existing challenges:

  • Being a penthouse level, moving plumbing was restrictive
  • Transporting large format porcelain panels into the apartment
  • Creating a linen door with a panel front
  • Concealing the cistern
  • Creating a sleek vanity incorporating panels with a built-in basin

Design statement:

This lavish powder room features stunning, marbled large format porcelain panels that radiate a sense of opulence throughout the room.

The panels flow throughout the room creating a seamless finish.

Also, using porcelain panels for the custom designed vanity continues the seamless marble look from the drawer fronts through to the benchtop and integrated basin.

Being a penthouse apartment, moving plumbing was tricky and as a result we could not chase the basin waste pipe into the wall.

To give the illusion of a floating vanity, while concealing the drain, the design includes a mirrored recessed kicker. This kicker ties in with the full-length circular, bespoke mirror above the vanity.

In order to allow for a concealed in wall cistern, a stud wall was built in front of the existing wall.

As an added element of decadency, luminous strip lighting was included on either side, making this wall a feature. 

To conceal the linen cupboard, the new design continues the panels onto the linen door. Due to the sheer weight of the door, the design specified heavy duty hinges, making sure all safety regulations were met.

Credit list

Benchtop
Bianco Calacatta 12mm Silk porcelain panel
Taps
Sussex Calibre wall basin spout; Sussex Calibre wall mixer
Accessories
Toilet roll holder – Sussex Scala straight roll
Wall and floor tiles:
Porcelain panels – Bianco Calacatta, 3000 x 1500 x 6mm, vein matched, from Lusso; round tile insert waste in Gun Metal
Ventilation
Polyair Linear Slot Diffuser, white grille, double slot
Vanity
Custom floor mounted vanity with recessed mirror kicker – featuring custom porcelain panel top, basin and drawer fronts in Bianco Calacatta 12mm Silk panels; panel top mitred to drawers for seamless finish
Basin
Built-in basin using porcelain panels
Toilet and backing
Pan: Caroma Liano Easy Height Clean Flush, floor mounted; buttons: TECE Recessed Frame White, painted with gun metal matte; cistern: TECE Concealed Cistern back inlet, from Regal; new steel frame wall houses cistern, allowing voids either side for strip lighting
Paint
Ceiling and door frames in Dulux White on White.
Lighting
Unios Titanium G1 downlight, 4000K, textured white; Clipsal Saturn Zen GP and switch
Awards
Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Bathrooms – Winner

Designed by: Kerrie Richardson, Lux Interiors

Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Michael Conroy

01 Feb, 2022

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