Mirrors aren't the only design tool when it comes to growing the sense of space in your bathroom – this white, roomy design employs another 

Designed by Lux Interiors

From the designer:

This bathroom transformation was a complete renovation of an under-utilised and cramped space. 

The previous layout lacked functionality and storage, with a small vanity that wasn't sufficient for the needs of the family. 

Our design objective was to create a contemporary and fully functional bathroom that would be both visually appealing and practical.

To achieve this, we focused on using a combination of light neutral tones and traditional shaker style elements that would complement the existing style of the home. 

The vanity, in particular, was designed to be both stylish and functional, with ample storage space for toiletries and other bathroom essentials. 

We also incorporated brass hardware, which added a touch of sophistication and elegance to the overall design.

One of the most striking features of the renovated bathroom is the kitkat mosaic tiles used throughout the space. 

These tiles were chosen not only for their aesthetic appeal but also for their ability to create the illusion of a larger room. 

By drawing the eye to every inch of space, the tiles helped give the illusion of a larger room.

Another key element of our design was to ensure that the bathroom was fully functional and practical for the family's needs. 

This involved carefully considering the layout to maximise the available space, as well as selecting high-quality materials and finishes that would stand up to the demands of everyday use.

Overall, the reinvented bathroom is a great example of how careful planning and attention to detail can turn an outdated and cramped space into a functional and visually appealing room. 

We are proud to have been able to deliver a renovation that exceeded our owners' expectations and transformed their daily experience of using their bathroom.

Credit list

Caesarstone in Organic White
Taps and shower fittings
Brodware in Roma Bronze, from Sea of White
Urban Match finger tiles in White, from Odin Tiles & Coverings
Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Bathrooms – Highly Commended
Finish: Satin 15% 2-pac water based lacquer on MRMDF; colour: Dulux Vivid White; drawer profile: to match polytec Ascot
Bath and basin
Lusini, from Highgrove Bathrooms
Dulux Wash & Wear SW1D3 White Exchange, Quarter
Feature lighting
Concrete Pendant Lamp, from Lectory

Designed by: Lux Interiors

Story by: Trendsideas

Photography by: Michael Conroy - Silvertone Photography

28 Jan, 2024

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