Castle Hill Renovation


Impala’s client was renovating their large home in Castle Hill. Part of the renovation work involved reconfiguring the master bedroom and creating space for a larger ensuite and walk in robe. The previous ensuite was small and the old walk in robe was not functional. The client commissioned Impala to design joinery throughout the house, including the kitchen, laundry, vanities, outdoor kitchen, bedrooms and wardrobes. Impala designed, built and installed the joinery on this project as well as co-ordinating all associated trade-work. Although built in the 80’s, the home is a contemporary split level master-built dwelling, which enabled contemporary design and finishes. The client loved the finishings in our Drummoyne showroom and requested these in their design brief. The metallic tiles, Corian moulded basin and hexagonal tiles were all incorporated. Andrew Wright (Impala’s designer) came up with a unique layout for the long rectangular space which was to become the ensuite. He used an island concept for the vanity and installed a double shower at the end, flanked by two glass blades and with a long and practical niche. LED strip lights were installed in the island vanity to allow for task lighting, whilst more strip lights were installed under the vanity to create ambient light. Luxury features such as underfloor heating, heated towel rails and double frosted glass cavity sliders to the entry, make this ensuite a joy to use. The client couldn’t be happier “We love the larger ensuite space and shower and the “his” and “hers” island vanity/towel rails work really well.”

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