Ensuite Design – from Moodboard to Completion

Ensuite Design – from Moodboard to Completion

Ensuite bathrooms are becoming increasingly popular in Australian homes. They provide a private and luxurious space for homeowners to relax and unwind. If you're considering updating your ensuite, there are a few key design trends to keep in mind.

Subway Aqua Feature Tiles

Subway tiles are a classic and timeless choice for ensuites. They are easy to clean and maintain, and they come in a wide variety of colors and styles. The aqua feature tiles here add a touch of color and vibrancy to our ensuite. The Vertical lay of the tiles is unique. 

Open Walk-In Shower with Ledge Wall

Open walk-in showers are a popular choice for ensuites, as they provide a spacious and luxurious feel. A ledge wall can be added to an open walk-in shower to provide a place to store shampoo, conditioner, and other toiletries.

Double Timber Vanity with 'Sit on Top' Basin

A double timber vanity with a 'sit on top' basin is a stylish and functional addition to any ensuite. The double basin provides ample space for two people to get ready at the same time, and the 'sit on top' basin is easy to clean and maintain.

Large Mirror Cabinet with Bottom Finger Pull Mirror Doors

A large mirror cabinet is a must-have for any ensuite. It provides a place to store bathroom essentials, and it also helps to reflect light and make the space feel larger. Bottom finger pull mirror doors add a touch of elegance to any ensuite.

Here is a moodboard which captures the essence of this ensuite design:

  • Colors: Aqua, white, Brushed Nickel and wood
  • Materials: Subway tiles, timber, and stone
  • Styles: Classic, modern, and luxurious

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