Main Bathroom – Greys & Timber Warmth
This main bathroom comes with all the right moves.
Firstly, the soft grey and white terrazzo. Taken from the floor to halfway up the wall. A tile
that creates interest yet is not busy. We love how the niche is from the same tile, creating a
flow and the eye is not distracted. The niche is lit with an LED strip, which we love. Who
doesn’t love extra lighting to create mood and ambience. The niche is finished with black
trim to match the accessories.
This isn’t a large space so by laying the subway tile in a vertical block your eye is drawn up,
elongating the room, and making it appear larger. The black vertical towel rails keep with
the theme along with the freestanding black bath mixer.
The freestanding bath was a great choice, it is allowing the bath to command the room,
standing as a statement. An insert bath which would have had to cling to the walls and
would have gotten lost with the terrazzo tile.
The shower comes with its own lit niche, vertical shower head and farmless shower screen.
Tiles match the rest of the room, continuing the vertical subway and terrazzo.
As a main bathroom storage is always front of mind. A custom vanity has been created to fit
the space, timber veneer finish adds warmth to the room, along with the white Caesarstone
The shaving cabinet is custom built with a mirror running the full length which reflects the
light from the opposite window. Making the space appear bigger and brighter.