Small Bathroom Renovations
Do you remember the times when you had for tap ware only one colour option available and it was Chrome?! Well, we've come a long way into a world of colours and interesting finishes. Chrome is still an option for many households but when Brushed Nickel hit the market, it was determined to dethrone good old Chrome.
Choose Brass tap ware to dress up your bathroom in golden hues. We have always loved the brass and timber combination. Both have warm undertones and make the whole bathroom atmosphere cozy and homey.
Blue is the colour of 2020 and we love all shades of blue in different finishes, shapes and sizes - that says pretty much all.
Sometimes when you hear the word 'pink' in home design, it makes you alert because it's not really the safest colour to play with, but this bathroom renovation shows that subtle pink with different greys is a match made in heaven and we are in love!
Feature tile wall is a great way to either bring some colour into otherwise neutral look or play with textures. In this case we ticked both these boxes and we can't get enough of this look.
Usually, when you think about a house or an apartment close to the beach, you are imagining light spacious rooms with lots of natural light coming from the windows. But how can you have all of this without any windows?
When it comes to choosing timber for your custom made vanity there are so many options to choose from but at the end of the day you will have a gorgeous piece of furniture in your bathroom that ticks all your boxes.
There is something very special about encaustic tiles. These patterned tiles are so bold and distinctive, but at the same time remarkably versatile. Depending on the tile design and how it is used, encaustic tiles can look traditional, eclectic or contemporary and one thing is certain - they make a statement.
Our talented customer has a great appreciation for design and keen eye for the smallest detail. That passion was a force behind this beautiful historical house which is a combination of something old and something new.
En suite Transformation: The client asked to enlarge their bathroom and make room for a free standing bath and a double vanity. The idea was to “overtake” the small kitchenette adjacent to the main bedroom and transform all wet area into one bigger space.
When it comes to designing a large bathroom, the number of ideas we have is endless, but designing a small bathroom?! Well, that tends to be a bit more challenging.
In order to "manipulate" the space and create flow that makes sense, the first thing to do is case study the room and its usage.
This small bathroom renovation presented us with a rare opportunity to work within the iconic Foundry building together with one of Sydney’s well-established Interior designer.