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When the homeowners decided the time had come to upgrade their ‘80s-era bathroom, they contacted Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms. They requested the renovation of both the main bathroom and the ensuite, in a uniform style. A modern vanity and freestanding bath were essential, and functionality was crucial.

During the renovation, the ensuite bathroom was enlarged to incorporate a bigger walk-in shower, and the shower wall niche was designed to accommodate the family’s showering needs. The vanity top was extended to incorporate the concealed toilet cistern in both bathrooms. All mixer fittings, pop-up valves in the basin and bath and floor wastes were finished in matt black. White ceiling fittings, including heat lamps, exhaust fans and downlights, were installed to blend into the ceiling for added functionality.

With their beautiful bathroom spaces completed, it’s easy to see why the homeowners are so thrilled with their new additions.

Designer Jackson Mikhael for Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms

WE LOVE the modern freestanding bath.

EXPERT TIP If renovating multiple spaces in your home, use aesthetics to create a sense of cohesion.

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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Issue 27 Vol 1.

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