Featured bathroom: Classic and timeless

Featured bathroom: Classic and timeless
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Imagination, style and opulence combine in perfect harmony in this bathroom.

 

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Before Cerastone Tile Gallery worked its magic on this bathroom it was a run-down space reminiscent of the 1970s and crying out for some love and attention. The owners wanted to create their own private sanctuary, an area of the house that gave them the space and practicality they had been missing for so long. They were after a classic and timeless look.

The palette of muted, earthy tones imparts a warm, gentle feel to the room. With eye-catching mosaic tiles used as a feature on two of the walls, the room is as far from sterile as you can get. Some of the main design considerations included installing a large shower and double basins. Sufficient storage was also a requirement; this was achieved through the vanity with its multiple compartments. These features, combined with the inclusion of a large LCD TV monitor, turn a formerly worse-forwear bathroom into a space to savour.

 

Project particulars:
Designed by:
Cerastone Tile Gallery
11 Edgecliff rd, Wollahra NSW 2025
02 9388 9006
cerastone.gallery@bigpond.com

Karen Gordon Interiors
24 Benelong Crescent, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023.
0417 365 425
karen@kgi.com.au
http://kgi.com.au/

Built by:
Cerastone tile gallery

Cost: approximately $40,000
Shower: Frameless glass
Basin: Cerastone travertine basin square finish
Toilet: Villeroy & Boch subway back to wall
Vanity: Wenge veneer doors and panels, CaesarStone Ivory top and soft-close Blum drawer runners
Taps: City stick from Brodware
Shower: Urban Rain shower head
Wall: Cerastone travertine filled/honed wall tiling, Cerastone Emperador natural split mosaic splashback
Floor: Cerastone Vittoria tumble/emp/ bott/noce
Heating: Underfloor by Speedhead

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