The owners of this beautiful, light-filled Ivanhoe home were after a renovation of their bathroom. The brief given to our designer by our clients was that as the bathroom was being primarily used by their children, they wanted to have a more functional layout for the children, with a design that highlighted the beautiful high ceilings in the space.

The original space had lots of water damage to the existing shower and big, bulky and outdated accessories and furniture were crowding the existing area. As the space was very large, our design team were challenged with trying to make the best use of space while still trying to be functional for their family. The ceiling are very high another challenge arose in trying to highlight that feature as well.

The clients wants a tile that looked like ink, which resulted in them choosing stunning navy blue tiles which had a very long lead time so the project was scheduled around the arrival of the tiles. Our designer also designed the tiles to be laid in a diamond pattern and to run seamlessly into the 6×6 tiles above which is an amazing feature to the space. The other main feature of the design was the arch mirrors which extended above the picture rail, accentuate the high of the ceiling and reflecting the pendant in the centre of the room. The bathroom also features a beautiful custom-made navy blue vanity to match the tiles with an abundance of storage for the client’s children, a curvaceous freestanding bath, which the navy tiles are the perfect backdrop to as well as a luxurious open shower.

Overall the end result is a beautiful design that, with more than one standout feature and our clients couldn’t be happier.

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