For the vanity shower wall, the Tribeca Seaglass Mint subway tile was selected – this is a soft sea-foam tile with a high gloss finish and vintage edge treatment, giving it a distinctly organic character.
Also laid up to the ceiling, in a vertical running bond pattern, the Tribeca tiles flow seamlessly into the shower, creating a beautiful accent wall that both contrasts and complements the natural characteristics of the Travertition tile.
“The Tribeca Seaglass tiles by Tile Depot had the soft colour palette that I was aiming for," says Durrant. "The rippled texture creates an appealing contrast against the smooth Travertition tiles on the floor and other walls.”
Clever lighting details along the Tribeca wall – including within the shower niche, the backlit mirrors and a vertical corner strip – add further dimension to the Tribeca wall and play with the high gloss undulating surface, reflecting light and adding a sense of movement.
"I love how the back-lit mirrors and LED in the shower niche further shows off this gorgeous texture," says Durrant.
A wall-hung washed oak solid timber vanity by Newtech injects just the right amount of warmth and the arched mirrors and round basins speak to the curved ceiling, tying all the elements together.
Brushed nickle tapware by ABI Interiors works with the grey tones in the mirrors and the Tribeca tile edges, completing the overall cohesiveness within the space.
The transition from a new Bremworth wool carpet in the bedroom to the Travertition tiles in the ensuite is effortless – creating a beautiful flow between the spaces.