The design of this Pymble bathroom renovation centred around the amazing feature tile which was discovered by the designer and immediately approved by the client. With its eclectic look and visually interesting layout, the tile is the main visual point of interest within the bathroom. To match the dreamy, muted tones of the tiles, a simple dark and light grey tile combination was chosen for the walls and floor.
Neutral tones for the vanity pick up the glimmering highlights of the feature tiles and match the scheme of the bathroom perfectly. The client requested a roomy shower, so the design has incorporated a fully walk-through shower which features a full-length architectural grate to enhance the linear nature of that area.
Designed by John Spiteri and built by Brindabella.
Photography: Eliot Cohen for Zeitgeist Photography
WALL TILES – Material Moda 1200mm x 600mm
FLOOR TILES – Belgium Namur semi-polished 600mm x 600mm
FEATURE TILES – Tiffany Black collection – 54 pieces
VANITY – Wall-hung with centre-cut Combat teak matte laminate concealed drawer, Caesarstone benchtop and finger-pull handles
BASIN – Platine Ellipse stone basins 590mm round
BASIN TAPS – Phoenix Vivid Slimline Oval in Chrome
TOILET – Geberit Tropical wall-hung pan with Geberit Duofix frame and Sigma cistern and white flush plate, with soft close seat
SHOWER SCREEN – Walk-in shower
SHOWER TAPS – Phoenix Vivid Slimline Water rail shower with matching wall mixer in Chrome
ACCESSORIES – Radii in Chrome
HEATED FLOOR – Comfort Heat