The re-positioning of the entry door also allowed us to install a generous sized shower stall – 1300mm x 900mm – along with a large, custom-designed vanity, which included wide drawers for storage.
The vanity drawer closest to the toilet was carefully planned to give optimum storage, without interfering with the toilet, when the drawer is opened.
Storage was further maximised by a tall, mirror-fronted recessed cabinet above the vanity. The cabinet protrudes only slightly – just enough to allow a neatly scalloped timber handle to the side for opening.
Walls were kept light – a mixture of matte-white, marble-look tiles for wet areas, and a soft grey paint for the remaining walls.
The small-scale, chevron-mosaic tiles that were specified for the floor give the room a modern look and an unusual point of difference.
Ash Natural composite stone, matt finish, by Smartstone
Lux, in Light Charcoal with Concrete finish, by Concrete Nation
Como, black, by Progetto
Paint wall finishes – Triple Black White by Resene
Triple Black White by Resene
Plomb pendant by Forscarini
Vanity cabinetry and recessed mirror cabinet
Bespoke, by Natalie Du Bois – colour-stained, bead-blasted crown cut oak veneer
Tapware and shower fittings
Como, matt black, by Progetto
Tile wall finishes
Carrara in Satin colour, by Absolute Stone, from Tile space
Chevron Mosaic, herringbone pattern, colour Anthracite, by Ardesia
21 Sep, 2020