Glebe Bathroom - Stark Contrast Design

 The brief for this bathroom was simple right? Make it function for 4 adults, storage a plenty and make it aesthetically pleasing.

Set in the Inner West town of Glebe, this space was in a narrow inner city terrace Circa 1930. This Bathroom had been renovated in the 1980's and it needed help. The Bathroom design had a large spa as did most 1980 renovations, this dominated the floor space and left little area for transition. 

The new bathroom design layout had function at the for front of our thinking, the need for a freestanding bath, walkin shower and storage storage storage drove the layout. 

All aspects of the brief have been achieved in this bathroom design. The Minosa Scoop washbasin made from Solid Surface has been customised to fit onto the bespoke vanity, with its 12mm edge profile it is slim and refined offering the bowl to one side and a good sized benchtop for make up. 

A double walk in shower sits behind the freestanding bath with no door it is inviting and helps make the space feel larger, especially with its floor to ceiling glass shower screen that was a monumental effort to get into this very narrow terrace. The glass plays a big part in highlighting one of the great assets of this space - volume. The great quality of this old terrace was the ceiling heights so we really wanted to bring this into play. 

Pietra grey marble has been applied to two walls and floor with the contrast of white tiles to the other two walls. 

We love this bathroom design. it is striking, has great contrast and the function is perfect for the home owner and their family. 


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