Modern simplicity: bathroom design
Universal Magazines

This bathroom utilises backlit shelves to add texture to the space

“This bright and airy space is a stark contrast to the dark, cramped room that is once was.

The simple layout is incredibly user friendly and the all-white palette has created a room that’s refined in its simplicity. A frameless shower screen refuses to cut the space in half, while the concealed lights and oversized mirror cleverly reflect both natural and artificial light.

Stainless steel accents and a gorgeously curved basin offer a contemporary edge and the clean lines provide a sense of chic minimalism. Subtle enhancements such as the decorative feature shelf and heated towel racks mean that even though this room lacks a tub, it’s still an ideal spot for a bit of pampering.

The moody slate grey floor tiles prevent the space from looking clinical and add a sense of warmth and welcoming to this timeless design.”

Designer: Rique’s Design & Project Management

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Originally in Kitchens&Bathrooms Quarterly, Vol 23, No. 2

Project Details

VANITY Wall-hung two-drawer joiner vanity with Caesarstone bench
BASIN AXA H10 above-counter basin with pop-up waste
SHOWER Nikles Quatre square twin rail
TAPS Milli Glance extended basin mixer
MIRROR Shaving cabinet with mirrored doors
TOILET SUITE Roca The Gap back-to-wall pan, Caroma Invisi round dual-flush satin buttons, Invisi in-wall cistern
LIGHTING LED downlights and strip lighting
TILES White satin (wall), Panaria Lavica (floor), mother-of-pearl penny rounds (feature)
HEATING Kado Quad heated towel rails
ACCESSORIES Mizu Soothe toilet-roll holder

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