This home is traditional in styling, a grand house built in the 1930’s with much of the traditional detailing remaining. The Owner’s brief was to be sympathetic to the era of the home, while updating both the functionality and look of the bathrooms. The bathroom is used by both the family and visitors whilst the ensuite is used by the occupiers of the master bedroom.
We used a warm palette of brown and grey, complementing the dark timber panelling throughout the house. The minimalist floral pattern porcelain floor tiles were selected to provide a strong visual interest on the floor and contrast well with the simpler detailing on the walls and finishes. These tiles spoke to the era of the home perfectly whilst keeping with the upcoming trends. The tapware specified is traditional in style, using the Regal range from Plumbline, in chrome with porcelain lever handles, complementing the style and age of the house. The mirror is custom made, using a simple style with heated mirror pads.
The owners were very pleased with the final result; a much lighter, warmer bathroom with modern conveniences with a nod to the past.
Services: Renovation Residential, Full interior Design
Photography: Mark Scowen