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Master suite with contrasting moods for bedroom and bathroom

While this bathroom has an open feel and plenty of natural light, the bedroom next to it has a more moody atmosphere

The bathroom has an open, walk-in wet area architecture, bathroom, floor, interior design, room, gray
The bathroom has an open, walk-in wet area for the bath and shower on a lightly raised platform.

From the designer: Katie Scott, Caro Design

The owners' brief to us was to create a relaxing moody space.

The bedroom, wardrobe and bathrooms in the home needed to feel connected, yet be separated enough for privacy.

They liked a luxury feel with an industrial touch.


A brushed oak timber wall forms the bedhead architecture, bed, bed frame, bedroom, ceiling, floor, furniture, home, house, interior design, property, real estate, room, suite, wall, wood, gray, brown, black
A brushed oak timber wall forms the bedhead in the master bedroom

The master bathroom needed to have good natural light and an open feel, while the bedroom was to have a contrasting, moody boutique feel.

We set about achieving this by floating the bedhead, removing all doors and installing a walk-round wall into the bathroom that created privacy, yet kept easy access to the bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.

Ceilings were kept high and accentuated by hanging feature lights through the space, while LED strips light up the toe kicks.

The walk-in wardrobe is a carefully planned arrangement closet, furniture, interior design, room, shelving, wall, wardrobe, black
The walk-in wardrobe is a carefully planned arrangement of shelving, cupboards and hanging racks.

The space planning emphasises movement towards the bathroom, which opens up to the view over a country landscape. This was enhanced by adding a full-height window with opening louvres behind bath.

The bathroom has an open, walk-in wet area for the bath and shower on a lightly raised platform.

Concrete timber pressed walls and floor mimic the brushed oak timber bedhead in the bedroom.

Credit list

Designer
Katie Scott, Caro Design
Benchtop
Silestone white
Basin
Pure Thin matt composite stone from Plumbline
Shower stall
Innovative Glass
Toilet
Catalano
Wallcoverings
Re-used concrete tile
Lighting
Mr Ralph
Cabinetry
Wilkinson Cabinetry
Bath
Plumbline
Taps
Buddy
Shower fittings
Fantini
Flooring
900x1800 marble look tile from European Stone
Tiles
Quantum
Awards
Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Bathroom Suite – Highly Commended

Story by: New Zealand TIDA Bathrooms

Photography by: Julia Lochhead

13 Oct, 2018

For more than 30 years, Trends has promoted great home design ideas through its print, digital and online media.The Trends International Design Awards – TIDAs – take that involvement to the next level with the search for the best kitchens, bathrooms and homes across a number of the countries where Trends has a presence.


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