Can you imagine yourself spending half a day in a gorgeous bright bathroom getting ready for a brunch or just pampering yourself after a long day at work? Well, in this bathroom you definitely can and while you're at it, take a photo or two with this gorgeous bathroom design.
Black and white combination in Bathroom and Laundry design has dominated for quite some time now and is still very trendy. Small but interesting designer details can lift the whole look to another level and this is exactly what was achieved in this project and we are in love!
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.
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.
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.
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.