Most of us are very used to working with square areas where all the walls are the same height and shape, but how does it look like working with spaces that are more challenging and need some creative thinking? Let's have a look.
How often do you hear when starting a bathroom renovation that concentrate on one feature element, whether it's a feature tile, the colour of your tap ware, mirror or something else and all the other elements and decisions will be wrapped around that centrepiece. Well in this case the timber vanity is the centrepiece.
Modern bathrooms feature lots of greys and blacks introducing sophistication and drama. Bringing little bit of colour in, not one but maybe two or three, creates certain playfulness without being too much and this is what we love about this bathroom - playfulness on different levels!
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.
In a previous blog post we were talking about the Solid Surface Wall Hung Basin combination with a timber vanity. In this post we are concentrating only on the wall hung basin on its own.
Having a wall hung basin on top of a timber vanity has many advantages and it looks great. As the saying goes 'A picture is worth a thousand words', we will show you why this basin-vanity combination is worth thinking about.
When we think about spacious bathrooms, we are imagining lots of light and light feel, but how to get all that when you're not only changing the tiles on the walls, but also creating a bathroom in a completely new space.
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.
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.
Over the last couple of years, timber vanities of different styles and looks have become super popular-reason being is that they are seriously beautiful and add such a sense of luxury, warmth and comfort to what has previously been such a stark and sterile space.