Bathroom & Laundry Renovation

Two bathrooms, one laundry | Bondi 2026

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Client’s situation & inspiration

Our client felt that space was limited in his terrace and could be better utilised by perhaps creating dual-purpose rooms. His bathrooms were in need of an update so he thought why not give the bathrooms a makeover and improve the use of space at the same time. 

Brief

Our client’s brief was to combine function and form by transforming the main bathroom into a dual-purpose room that would be both a bathroom and a laundry. Secondary to the layout and function of the room our client wanted more natural light to flow through while still maintaining his privacy. For the design, our client wanted an on-trend, luxe feel that would distract guest from the utilitarian aspects of the room.

Challenges

  • Tight access
  • Limited budget 
  • Combining two rooms into one without compromising space

Solution

The interior designer and ourselves knew that space was at a premium, so we had to figure out a way of combining a bath, toilet, vanity, washing machine and adequate storage all into one small space. With a little forward planning we created a dual-purpose space that seamlessly blended function, beauty and form.

The key to combining the two rooms was concealment, layout and styling. We incorporated as much built-cabinetry as we could. You’ll notice in the photos the cabinetry runs all the way to the ceiling both in the laundry section and along the bathroom wall. This is to hide appliances, create adequate storage and most importantly avoid the space feeling overcrowded. We also used a floating vanity and toilet to maintain the airy feel.

To distract guests from the utilitarian aspects of the room, you’ll notice a herringbone feature wall coupled with on-trend pendant lights and a luxe free-standing bath. 

To let more natural light in a skylight was ideal as it lets ample amount of light in without compromising on any privacy.


Key features

  • Herringbone feature wall
  • Pendant lights
  • Freestanding bath
  • Sunroof
  • Floating vanity and toilet

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Bathroom & Laundry Renovation

Two bathrooms, one laundry | Bondi 2026

2

Client’s situation & inspiration

Our client felt that space was limited in his terrace and could be better utilised by perhaps creating dual-purpose rooms. His bathrooms were in need of an update so he thought why not give the bathrooms a makeover and improve the use of space at the same time. 

Brief

Our client’s brief was to combine function and form by transforming the main bathroom into a dual-purpose room that would be both a bathroom and a laundry. Secondary to the layout and function of the room our client wanted more natural light to flow through while still maintaining his privacy. For the design, our client wanted an on-trend, luxe feel that would distract guest from the utilitarian aspects of the room.

Bathroom feature wall
Vanity and bathtub.

Challenges

  • Tight access
  • Limited budget 
  • Combining two rooms into one without compromising space
Interior design for bathroom renovation in Bondi.
Laundry renovation

Key features

  • Herringbone feature wall
  • Pendant lights
  • Freestanding bath
  • Sunroof
  • Floating vanity and toilet
Bath niche

Solution

The interior designer and ourselves knew that space was at a premium, so we had to figure out a way of combining a bath, toilet, vanity, washing machine and adequate storage all into one small space. With a little forward planning we created a dual-purpose space that seamlessly blended function, beauty and form.

The key to combining the two rooms was concealment, layout and styling. We incorporated as much built-cabinetry as we could. You’ll notice in the photos the cabinetry runs all the way to the ceiling both in the laundry section and along the bathroom wall. This is to hide appliances, create adequate storage and most importantly avoid the space feeling overcrowded. We also used a floating vanity and toilet to maintain the airy feel.

To distract guests from the utilitarian aspects of the room, you’ll notice a herringbone feature wall coupled with on-trend pendant lights and a luxe free-standing bath. 

To let more natural light in a skylight was ideal as it lets ample amount of light in without compromising on any privacy.


Interior designer

Collaborate Creative Designs

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