A tired and boring plain Wahroonga bathroom has been transformed into a black and white extravaganza that not only befits the style of the home but is also perfectly matched to the owner’s personality. Black is a bold choice in any small bathroom but, paired with white paneling, the space comes to life. The bathroom has been personalised with the owner’s accessories to further enhance the Art Deco style with a stunning 19th Century gilded frame mirror and fun “butler”, imported from the USA, to hold hand towels.
A bathroom such of this requires excellence in workmanship to achieve its lofty goals and Brindabella has more than met the brief – the owners are ecstatic with the result.
Designed by Brindabella with Robyn Cote Inspired Interiors. Built by Brindabella.
FLOOR TILES – Nero Marquina subway tiles, Carrara herringbone in black and white with Laticrete Silver Shadow grout
FEATURE PANELLING – Matched to existing, painted white
BASIN – The English Tapware Company Rockwell white basin on pedestal
BASIN MIXER – Astra Walker Olde English basin mixer in brass with crackle and porcelain lever
MIRROR – By client (19th Century French Louis XV gilded mirror)
TOILET – Roca in-wash Inspira Smart toilet, rimless back-to-wall pan in white with soft-close seat and Hideaway in-wall cistern
ACCESSORIES – Astra Walker Olde English toilet roll holder in brass
DOOR – Face sliding door, mounted on hallway side with black track and hanging hardware