Deep Illusion: Natural-toned bathroom design



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With a surprisingly spacious feel, this small bathroom uses the elements of illusion to add warmth and space

 “Clever use of space, colour and lines was essential in this small bathroom. Striking timber-look tiles stretch along the floor and up the back wall, making the room appear deeper. This single bold feature brings the bathroom to life, adding warmth and intensity without overwhelming the senses.

Clean lines reign throughout the design. The floating timberline vanity creates the illusion of space, clears clutter and adds style. Poised on the luxurious essastone Verona Mist top, a petite Elite basin leaves plenty of room for accessories.

Wall-mounted taps are simple and refined. The semi-frameless shower replaces the shower over the bath to create a whole new bathroom experience. A corner shelf makes use of extra wall space to store essential shower items. The bathroom has been converted from a space the owners dreaded using to a retreat they look forward to spending time in after a busy day.”

Designer: Craig Waghorn for Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms

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Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms

Unit 1/109 Fairford Road, Padstow NSW

(02) 9772 1067

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Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 22 Issue 1

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