Luxury Bathroom Renovation

Two bathrooms | Vaucluse 2030

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Client’s situation & inspiration

Our clients’ home in Vaucluse was beautifully renovated except for the bathrooms. The bathrooms were very outdated with some fixtures falling apart so they wanted to do a complete makeover. They wanted their renovations to feel complete and the bathrooms were the last pieces of that puzzle. But they also knew it would add significant value to their home.

Brief

Our client’s brief was to rip out the two existing bathrooms and start from scratch with a new layout and design. Their vision for the design was luxe, class, style and high-end. They wanted each bathroom to be unique and different with its own finishes and fixtures. The finishes and fixtures were to be the statement pieces of each bathroom.

Challenges

  • Tight timeline
  • Clients living in house during construction
  • Existing fixtures and plumbing were old and had to be replaced

Solution

In collaboration with the clients and the interior designer we built two bathrooms that were the perfect mix of luxe, class and style. Four key features that helped achieve the vision was the tumbled brass hardware we used for the fixtures and finishes, the natural timbers for shelving and the vanity, porcelain floor tiles and the high-end quality finishes. To achieve these high-end finishes we only used reliable high-end trades that we knew we could trust to do the job to our standards. 

We were also able to make the bathrooms look a lot more spacious by coming up with a smarter layout and by using floating vanities and floating toilets.


Key features

  • High end finishes
  • Herringbone feature wall
  • Tumbled brass hardware consistent throughout whole bathroom (tap ware, towel rack, drain fittings)
  • Natural timbers
  • Free standing bath
  • Porcelain floor tiles (Palazzo Ducale)

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Architect

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Luxury Bathroom Renovation

Two bathrooms | Vaucluse 2030

2

Client’s situation & inspiration

Our clients’ home in Vaucluse was beautifully renovated except for the bathrooms. The bathrooms were very outdated with some fixtures falling apart so they wanted to do a complete makeover. They wanted their renovations to feel complete and the bathrooms were the last pieces of that puzzle. But they also knew it would add significant value to their home.

Key features

  • High end finishes
  • Herringbone feature wall
  • Tumbled brass hardware consistent throughout whole bathroom (tap ware, towel rack, drain fittings)
  • Natural timbers
  • Free standing bath
  • Porcelain floor tiles (Palazzo Ducale)

Brief

Our client’s brief was to rip out the two existing bathrooms and start from scratch with a new layout and design. Their vision for the design was luxe, class, style and high-end. They wanted each bathroom to be unique and different with its own finishes and fixtures. The finishes and fixtures were to be the statement pieces of each bathroom.

Challenges

  • Tight timeline
  • Clients living in house during construction
  • Existing fixtures and plumbing were old and had to be replaced

Solution

In collaboration with the clients and the interior designer we built two bathrooms that were the perfect mix of luxe, class and style. Four key features that helped achieve the vision was the tumbled brass hardware we used for the fixtures and finishes, the natural timbers for shelving and the vanity, porcelain floor tiles and the high-end quality finishes. To achieve these high-end finishes we only used reliable high-end trades that we knew we could trust to do the job to our standards. 

We were also able to make the bathrooms look a lot more spacious by coming up with a smarter layout and by using floating vanities and floating toilets.


Engineer

Architect

Collaborate Creative Designs

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