June 17, 2010

"THE" bathroom!

it's taken a little while to get to now- lots of looking, reviewing, sourcing and most importantly, learning, but here is the end result. Remembering that the client wanted a really moody and earthy space that incorporated some timber for warmth, but also needed to have lots of light......

I have decided to use this 300mm x 300mm taupe porcelain tile for the floor and extend it up one wall - behind and around the bath and walk in shower. It will also be used to build a vertical wall column in the shower which is lined with stainless steel shelves to hide each of the family members shampoos and soap - love that idea!

The rest of the walls in the bathroom will be tiled with an off white matt 300mm x 600mm tile - this will be used vertically since the height of the walls are 2700mm, these tiles will help widen the room since the ceilings are quite high. They will also allow lots of natural light to be reflected around the room.

A custom built floating vanity will be used with a 30mm Caesar Stone top in Ginger. there will lots of draws to cater for the storage of the family.

I have also decided to keep the tiolet space seperate - this will be tiled with the same taupe tile again, The back wall of the toilet will have a gloss taupe tiled feature wall - this tile is featured on the sample board above.

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