The main bathroom design consideration was to retain as many original features as possible within the new layout and design. For this reason, the original door was retained and the classic trim was re-made using the existing trim as a template. The original ornate ceiling was also kept in place.
It was decided to keep the original plaster wall vent but we used it to hide the exhaust fan which was mounted in the wall cavity behind the vent. This provided the owner with much-needed modern convenience yet concealed the technology behind an original feature, ensure it is unobtrusive within the room.
Designed by John Spiteri and built by Brindabella.
Photography: Colin Beever for Real Photos
WALL TILES – Travertine in Light Noce
FLOOR TILES – Cobble Stone in Light Noce
BASIN – Caroma Concorde white undercounter
SHOWER SCREEN – Frameless 10mm clear glass
TOILET – Subway wall-hung in white
VANITY – Timberline Ashton wall hung with fingerpull handles, white gloss polyurethane finish and 20mm Jet Black Caesarstone top
MIRROR – Rectangle bevelled edge
HEATED FLOOR – Comfort Heat
BASIN TAPS – Brodware Michelangelo in chrome
SHOWER TAPS – Brodware Michelangelo taps in chrome with City Plus rose and arm
ACCESSORIES – Brodware Michelangelo