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This beautiful bathroom combines two
of the elements designers are incorporating
right now: soothing earthy tones and rich
flecks of metallic to add a luxurious touch.
Featuring seamless brushed-aluminium
finger-pulls and benchtop, the long vanity,
with basins set wide apart, is suspended to
keep the look clean and spacious.
Designer Carmen Hansberry created
the bathroom for a couple who often use it
together, so size mattered. An open shelf in
the cabinetry breaks up the veneer (making
it feel less heavy in the space) and signifies
two personal zones, with cupboards for
each person, plus ample room for grooming.
The shower follows suit, built at a huge
1.8mx1.5m with two shower heads.
In line with another growing trend that
fits with our hot summers and mild winters,
an outdoor bathroom is off to the side. It sits
on a wooden deck under a frangipani tree,
bringing home that resort feel.
Carmen adds that by selecting a palette
and design in keeping with the natural
surroundings, the look won’t date.
All the luxury accessories are present,
including Alder Tapware’s Vito Bertoni
tapware, Caroma’s Liano undermount
basin, tiles from Ceramic City, cabinetry
by The Maker Designer Kitchens, and the
benchtop in Snow from Caesarstone.
The Maker Designer Kitchens (08) 9270 0000,
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