Beautiful and bright bathroom

Natural light and freestanding bath are just some of the luxurious elements of this bathroom design


“This beautiful, relaxing ensuite bathroom was part of a newly built extension on a Victorian-era home. The owners wanted a wet-area-style space that brought in lots of natural light and was a relaxing haven. We installed two skylights at either end of the bathroom to let in natural light, placing one directly above the bath to create the luxurious experience of seeing the sky while bathing.

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The freestanding bath was placed on a raised platform in an open, wet-style shower that is easy to use and has a clever recessed niche for storage. The beauty of this space is also highlighted through the deluxe tiled feature wall that reaches to the skylight, a striking design feature of the room. The glossy white double basins brighten the neutral palette and a large mirror opens the area completely. Opulent underfloor heating completes this bathroom of light and luxury.”

Project details

Basin: Laufen Palomba
Bath: Clearwater Formoso freestanding
Shower: Nikles Pure 140 Techno 300 twin rail
Taps: Milli Glance bath mixer, spout and shower mixer
Tiles: Artform Tile Gallery Sandringham
Toilet suite: Laufen Palomba back-to-wall pan, Geberit in-wall cistern, Geberit Sigma Akril sterling-silver buttons
Heating: Stiebel Eltron underfloor
Accessories: Milli Edge robe hooks, toilet roll holders and towel rails

For more information


Phone: 1800 032 566

Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Volume 22, No 3

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