It takes two: Double shower bliss

A creamy and dreamy bathroom design with plenty of space for a double shower


Bathroom Bathroom

Bathroom Bathroom

“Everything is done on a grand scale in this oversized bathroom. The space is a luxury that can be  shared by two people at the same time, whether they are in the minimalist open double shower or at the 1500mm-long double-sink vanity. The floor-to-ceiling glass shower wall and floor-to-ceiling heated towel rail are impressive in their simplicity and both help create the illusion of more height in the room. This illusion is also achieved by keeping the wall and floor tiles the same neutral colour and large format. The large vanity floats above the ground keeping the floor area clear while still providing plenty of storage. The triple-door mirror cabinet provides even more storage and reflects space and light in the room. Accessories are modern and minimal that, together with the sleek design, result in a space that will never date.”
Designer: Pioneer Bathrooms


We love: The luxury of a double shower with both a showerhead and shower rail.


Expert tip: Keeping floor and wall tiles the same neutral colour and large format extends the visual perception of space.


Project details:
Shower Phoenix Liscio shower arm and rose, Nikles Quatre-Quatre flat twin shower rail
Vanity Cibo Glacier 1500mm unit
Taps Phoenix Liscio basin mixer, Phoenix Liscio shower/bath mixer
Toilet Ideal Standard Tonicback to wall
Accessories Hydrotherm Milan floor-to-ceiling heated wall rail
Mirror Cibo Glacier 1500mm mirror cabinet


Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 3

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