A young family in Sydney’s leafy Hills district had a bathroom from the 1960’s in dire need of a renovation. Crazy colours and leaking fittings meant the bathroom renovation was urgent before the arrival of the client’s second baby so timeline management was crucial to the success of this project.
The client wanted:
The wall between the existing bathroom and toilet was removed to make way for an airy open space that houses a large bath and walk in shower with plenty of room for the parents to enjoy that was also practical for a toddler and new born baby.
The curvaceous shower screen is gorgeous and ties in with the curved shaving mirror with hidden storage. The layout is highly functional so no water escapes the walk in shower, an important factor in a bathroom used by young children. The functional niche stores shampoo and body wash to keep the bathroom clutter free.
White wall tiles were chosen in a large format and feature size behind the vanity to maximise the light in the room which was the highest priority when it came to aesthetics. The textured grey tiles are a practical choice for a family bathroom. Gold fittings and a timber vanity were used to add warmth to the white, bright space and create interest and personality.