Contemporary bathroom renovation


A dated three-way bathroom is transformed into a relaxing haven

The old 1970s bathroom, with its tacky green tiles, was never going to suit this newly renovated home, so the owners decided it was time to update the space. Enter Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms and designer Marilyn Paya, who created a gorgeous space which now fits perfectly within the theme of the home. Of particular note is the stunning limestone feature wall which brings a delightful element to the bathroom. Coupled with the white rectified ceramic tiles, it catches the eye immediately on entering the room.

The owners wanted an open-plan design for this main bathroom but were concerned about the lack of privacy that sometimes comes with a large open space. Marilyn suggested closing off the toilet area to the rest of the room to allow a modicum of privacy and allow other family members to use the space at the same time. This solved the client’s dilemma and ensured the end result was fully functional. Additional storage, via the recessed mirrored cabinet, allows the homeowners to keep often-used items close at hand while the extra space allocated to the shower allows the homeowners to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day. Energy-efficient lighting is a practical addition to an ecofriendly household.


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Originally from Bathroom Yearbook Volume 16

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