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Mount Lawley bathroom
       
     
Mount Lawley bathroom

Space was limited in this family refurbishment as the back wall was removed and space attained for a walk in robe in the master bedroom.

To shy away from a shower over the bath, a wet area for the shower was set to the side with a slim shower screen deflects the water away from the door frame. The shower hose also reaches the the bath to bathe children easily instead of having another in the bath.

The style of the room was balanced with classic subway tiling in geometric patterns and brass tap wear to sit with the heritage property. The vanity was teak veneered with a hand crafted handle to feature the clients love of Danish furniture.

A decision to powder coat the heated towel rail white allows it to sit quietly and be functional with the feature tiles and doesn’t over power the brass touches.

Photography Jody D’Arcy

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