Mixing patterns and textures to create an award-winning bathroom



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Using a balanced mixture of textures and patterns designed to excite the senses, it is no wonder this bathroom is an award winner

“With a daring use of finishes and clever design features, it’s little wonder this luxurious space won the KBDI award for Designer – Small Bathrooms SA 2013. The owners’ main aspiration was to transform their dark and dated bathroom into a modern, open design full of light and storage. We achieved this by creating a palette of textures and patterns to excite all the senses. Staron was chosen for the floors and walls, with the visual texture of Mosaic Dalmatian on the floors balancing the subtlety of the walls. Caesarstone Concetto in Grey Agate provides a brilliant patterned backdrop for the crisp white vanity and pan. We couldn’t resist the backlit effect for an air of flamboyancy. A shower exhaust fan and light was recessed into the shower ceiling to keep the bathroom steam-free without detracting from the visual impact of the flush-mounted rain shower.

Storage was a must-have for the owners, so we opted for a custom-made mirrored cabinet to house larger vanity items. Above the mirror, the extravagant yet minimalistic luminary design by Ernesto Gismondi provides a focal point. Floor heating with LED touch-screen controller and a heated towel ladder with timer add the final luxurious touches.”

Designer: Janine Izzo for Brilliant SA

For more information

Brilliant SA 8/715 South Road, Black Forest SA

Phone 08 8297 2122

Website brilliantsa.com.au

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Volume 20 Issue 4

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