Well connected in Queenstown

Story by: Charles Moxham Photography by: Simon Darby

This bathroom in a dramatic Queenstown residence forms part of a large suite that includes a bedroom trained on spectacular mountain and lake views, a walk-in wardrobe behind the enormous bedhead and last but not least the ensuite tucked in behind.

The bathroom is very much in keeping with the exotic wider interior, featuring Interlace Burlington Gray marble tiles, a free-standing stone tub, an off-set vanity and proud box display cabinets set between tall vanity mirrors. The large-format marble tiles are intended to call to mind the mountainous nature of the home’s environment.


You could be forgiven for looking twice for the handles on the doors in this space because, as with most doors in the home, they are absent – for a minimalist appeal. Instead, the push-to-open doors have small occupancy indicators.

And there are two such doors in the ensuite. While one opens to the bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, the other opens to a rear deck complete with sauna and spa.

Oct 30, 2018

Credit list

Designer
Di Henshall Interior Design and Gary Todd Architecture
Shower fittings
Coastline Outdoor Rainhead and Shower Mixer
Basins
Teorema Oval vessel basin
Hot water systems
Rinnai gas hot water
Wall coverings
Burlington marble large-format tiles
Lighting
LED strips
Blinds
Luxaflex Rollershade White
Vanity cabinetry
Spray lacquer
Bath
Belle 1800 freestanding stone bath
Taps
PuraVida wall-mount basin mixer in chrome
Flooring
Che Stile tiles, grey and white
Toilet
L'Hotel toilet suite
Ventilation
Manrose
Accessories
DCS heated towel rail; Minimo robe hooks, toilet roll holder and towel rail
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