A simple powder room it may be, but this is no simple design. With such a small space it’s important to make an impact straight away so the decision was made to find an incredible feature image to use on the back wall of the shower. Long and narrow, the Turramurra powder room renovation really benefits visually from this inclusion as it immediately draws the eye to the back of the room while the visual trick played by the image certainly does make the room feel larger than in reality.
The moody greys in the black-and-white image are reflected in the choice of wall and floor tiles with the frameless glass shower screen ensures a clear view through to the image. The swooping shape of the basin vanity adds a touch of high-class to the bathroom which is enhanced by the feature pendant with its frosted grey exterior.
Designed by John Spiteri and Robyn Cote
Built by Brindabella
Photography: Colin Beever for Real Photos
WALL TILES – Lappato Charcoal porcelain
FLOOR TILES – Matte Charcoal porcelain
SHOWER FEATURE WALL – Prints on Glass
VANITY – Laufen Ilbagno Alessi One with Methven Glide basin mixer
TOILET – Villeroy & Boch Subway
SHOWER – Clear Starfire glass panel with Methven Krome shower rail and Methven Glide mixer
HEATED FLOOR – Comfort Heat underfloor heating