1920s bathroom transformation

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1920s bathroom transformation
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With illuminated vanity shelving and a gorgeous free-standing bath, this modern bathroom has transformed this 1920’s Californian bungalow.

With illunimated vanity shelving and a gorgeous free-standing bath, this modern bathroom has transformed this 1920s Californian bungalow.

With illunimated vanity shelving and a gorgeous free-standing bath, this modern bathroom has transformed this 1920s Californian bungalow.

“This luxurious bathroom belongs to a 1920s’ Californian Bungalow and has replaced an ageing 25-year-old bathroom renovation that the owner had lived with for too long. We worked closely with her throughout the design process to create a bathroom that combines modern convenience with a hint of yesteryear. During the construction process, we found that the whole floor needed to be replaced and levelled. This can often happen in older homes. A new wall was built to create a niche in the shower and another display niche at the end of the vanity. Travertine mosaic tiles at the display niches and at the vanity splashback add to the sense of luxury. The owner sourced the decorative glass pendant, which works beautifully with the curved forms of the bath and basin. The mirror cabinets were a final part of our strategy to give the illusion of space in what was already a large bathroom.”

Designer: Anne Dade for Bathrooms & Kitchens by Urban

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Bath Kado Arc free-standing bath

Shower Nikles Twin water rail

Basin Pozzi Ginori wall-hung basin

Toilet Ideal Tonic

Taps Dorf Pearl

Lights Decorative glass pendant, compact fluorescent wall light

Accessories Sonia Tecno

Mirror Custom-made mirror cabinets

Tiles Polished porcelain matching floor and wall tiles, travertine feature mosaic tiles

 

SHOP THEIR SHOWROOM

48 Magill Road, Norwood SA

(08) 8363 1444

byurban.com.au

 

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21 Issue 3

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