There are endless ways to incorporate a "traditional" style to a bathroom renovation to suit your style. From sticking to "traditional" style all the way to tweaking and adding some modern elements to compliment the style.
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.
From design inspiration to picking the right materials including brass tap ware, basins, and timber vanities, we have listed a few points for the perfect bathroom renovation project.
Our love for open-plan spaces calls for creativity with layouts. In this brief we had to master the flow between kitchen, laundry and butler pantry.
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.
If you’re fitting a holiday home, revamping an old house, or juggling a large home, Just In Place’s brass tap ware at Australian standards can elevate your bathroom and kitchen space.
When choosing to renovate an entire house ,large or small, there are so many things you really should know, and creating a detailed checklist is the best way to ensure you have all your bases covered.
You could easily imagine this stunning black – yes black! – kitchen in a super-cool Manhattan loft but would you believe it’s at the heart of a busy family home in St Ives?
This uber-cool bathroom is giving us boutique hotel vibes.
Perhaps it’s because of the solid timber custom-made vanities – designed and built by us here at Just In Place – or it could be those herringbone mosaic marble feature tiles?