Published: 23 Aug 2015, 14:48:26
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Entrant – Kira Grey
This bathroom was accessed off a master bedroom through a narrow mirrored clad wardrobe. The passage lacked continuity in colour and flow.
The bathroom was large, lacked substance and peach! The floor had a step down in the middle causing a safety hazard, and an internal wall was glass blocks.
The client wanted a stunning bathroom that linked with the wardrobe and bedroom.
A tonal serene base where blocks of colour (accessories) could be changed over time.
A warm grey palette was introduced. Decorative cavity sliders opened up the walkway to create a ‘his and hers’ wardrobe flowing to the bathroom.
The floor step and glass blocks were removed. The grey tiles created a sense of depth and tone providing a base for accent colour.
A textured feature tile became a backdrop for the shower and freestanding bath.
Bottle recesses and a foot ledge were practical. A ceiling rainhead and separate shower rose served husband and wife. Substantial towel rails were fitted to walls.
The space now appeared tranquil and inviting. The curved sculptural white bathroom fittings linked in form and shape, and broke the square feel of the room.
The dark black stained oak vanity with contrasting stone top, linked with the newly designed wardrobe and bedroom furniture. Featuring plenty of drawer storage and recessed mirrored cabinets above.
Natural light enters via the new skylight over, and side windows had a film applied for privacy to the exterior.
LED lighting under the vanity and around the mirrored cabinets enhanced ambience.