Stanhope Street, West Footscray


Design Chat

"The original bathroom layout was out dated, cramped and dysfunctional. We turned the bath around to under neath the window then dropped the floor to build a step free shower in the middle of the room. Installing a frameless single panel shower screen keeps the room open while being functional. Green kit kat tiles, reflect the fluted glass panel on the bathroom door and draw your eye. While the original pedestal basin is a nod the age of the house, the mirror cabinet hung above it is a modern luxurious touch."
Ardoyne Street, Sunshine
"Renovating this bathroom, we transformed an old, outdated layout into a functional, stylish, open plan design. We stole room from a sperate WC to open up a larger family bathroom. The warm inviting feeling in this room was created with the volcanic coloured large format floor tiles wrapping up the wall behind the bath. The matte white wall tiles contrast with the floor while keeping a warmth. The sourcing of unique materials by the clients is perfectly shown with the pairing of the vintage mirror and wall sconce hanging above the handmade concrete basin atop the custom, spotted gum vanity. The modern brushed brass hardware ties it all together."
Arnold Court, Pascoe Vale
"The brief was to create two ensuite bathrooms worthy of a magazine. Not only have we created two beautiful spaces but we have added storage in rooms that are functional and stylish. Warm tones and high-end fittings evoke a spa-like feeling. Organic textures such as Oak vanities and matte white subway tiles contrast beautifully with the luxurious brushed brass hardware."
Egginton Street, Brunswick West
"Our brief here was to change a generic early 2000's bathroom into a sophisticated modern space. An existing bath was removed, in it's place we built a step free shower with full length niche into the rear wall. A new vanity with concrete basin and top lit shaving cabinet adds modern luxury. The tiles are large format 600mm x 1200m concrete grey paired with black tap ware and details. This timless design has gone on to become one of our most asked about."
Loyola Ave, Brunswick
"Removal of the existing shower over corner spa and creating a stylish modern space was the brief. We dropped the shower recess floor to create a large step free shower. A free-standing bath fits snuggly between contrasting tiles. On one side the bold, charcoal floor tiles flow up the shower wall creating a perfect sharpness and on the other the warm handmade, imperfect textured Moroccan tiles. A truly bespoke bathroom we kept existing timber wall panelling to half the bathroom as well the pedistal basin as a nod the original era of the house."
Lyle Street, Brunswick
"A water damaged hole in the bathroom floor was the main reason for this bespoke bathroom renovation. What we built was much more than a patch job. The shower over the bath is the best use of space. Black tap fittings and hardware contrast perfectly with the vertical, textured subway tiles. The handmade concrete basin on top of the reclaimed timber vanity is a beautiful juxtaposition. The real hero of this space hits you right between the eyes, the geometric floor tiles create patten, add colour and make this a unique space you want to be in."
Smith Street, Collingwood
"The clients wanted to keep the Art Deco charm while bringing the bathroom into this century. The standalone shower recess was replaced with a toilet to create a comfortable family bathroom. A shower over bath was built with a large niche in the shower wall for plenty of storage. The original vinal floor was replaced with a monochrome mosaic tile. The original pedestal basin and bath had a resurface to color match the new blush, fish scale feature tile. Gloss white tiles and black details retain the Art Deco flavor."
South Cres, Northcote
"This spacious bathroom is serviced by a generous walk-in shower and large free-standing bath. The full height window behind the bath allows light to flood the space, inviting you in. The herringbone floor tile, textured subway wall tile and bespoke timber vanity create a warm calming space. Above all, the outstanding feature of this space is the wall paper mural that takes over a whole wall, it's mauve and beige tones perfectly complement the earthy elements used throughout the whole room."
Williamstown Road, Kingsville
"We had Ben and his team renovate our bathroom, wc and laundry. They did a fantastic job. Ben, Baxter and Mike were all friendly and professional. They care about the quality of the finish and consulted with us on anything that could impact function or look. Ben managed the other trades well and everything was done on time."
Chirnside Street, Kingsville – Andy and Kat

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