Bathroom Design Ideas with an Open Shower
High level "clerestory" windows are a great way to let the light into a shower area without causing water problems at the window sill. Avoiding the little window look by stretching the daylight from wall to wall.
nice feature wall - webuser_769997901
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This was a new build home, with Dorrington Homes as the builder and Retreat Design providing the kitchen and wet areas design and cabinetry. As an established importer of bespoke cabinetry, we have worked with many Perth builders over the years and are committed to working with both the client and the builder to make sure everyone’s needs at met, including notoriously tight construction schedules.
The kitchen features dark tones of Paperstone on the benchtop and cabinetry door fronts, with copper highlights. The result is a warm and inviting space that is completely unique. The ensuite is a design feet with a feature wall clad with poured concrete to set the scene for a space that is unlike any others we have created over the years. Couple that with a solid surface bath, on trend black tapware and Paperstone cabinetry and the result is an exquisite ensuite for the owners to enjoy.
Full size panels, borrowed light and tile colours - jennifercouldrey
A beautiful bright sunny bathroom remodel by Smith & Sons Brisbane City. The new bathroom features matte black fittings and fixtures, pendant lights and floor to ceiling tiles.
The timber bathroom benchtop features beautiful rich timber giving this bathroom perfect balance and a touch of 'rustic' feel.
dark going up the wall - rubymalcolm
indoor- outdoor bathroom, teak ceiling, undulating render finish
Games Room Bathroom with outdoor feel? - rhonda_jordan86
Designed by Teresa Kleeman (Embracing Space)
Built by Pepper Constructions
Estate Imagery - Jonathan Bermann
love the skylights - michelle_boyle94
The Rose Bay house is a fully realised example of design collaboration at it’s best. This custom, pre-fabricated home was architecturally designed by Pleysier Perkins and constructed by PreBuilt in their Melbourne factory before being transported by truck to it’s final resting place in the leafy Eastern beachside suburbs of Sydney. The Designory team worked closely with the clients to refine the specifications for all of the finishes and interiors throughout the expansive new home. With a brief for a “luxe coastal meets city” aesthetic, dark timber stains were mixed with white washed timbers, sandy natural stones and layers of tonal colour. Feature elements such as pendant and wall lighting were used to create areas of drama within the home, along with beautiful handle detail, wallpaper selections and sheer, textural window treatments. All of the selections had function at their core with family friendliness paramount – from hardwearing joinery finishes and tactile porcelain tiles through to comfort led seating choices. With stunning greenery and landscaped areas cleverly designed by the team at Secret Gardens, and custom artworks by the owners talented friends and family, it was the perfect background for beautiful and tactile decorating elements including rugs, furniture, soft furnishings and accessories.
Interiors : Larissa Raywood
Builder: PreBuilt Australia
Architecture: Pleskier Perkins
Photography: Tom Ferguson
The space - jocelyn40
FEATURE TILE: Silver Travertine Light Crosscut Pol 100x300 WALL TILE: Super White Matt Rec 300x600 FLOOR TILE: BST3004 Matt 300x300 (all Italia Ceramics) VANITY: Polytec Natural Oak Ravine (Custom) BENCHTOP: Organic White (Caesarstone) BASIN: Parisi Bathware, Catino Bench Basin Round 400mm (Routleys) TAPWARE: Phoenix, Vivid Slimline (Routleys) SHOWER RAIL: Vito Bertoni, Aquazzone Eco Abs Dual Elite Shower (Routleys) Phil Handforth Architectural Photography
Nice under mirror cabinet lighting - helena_bagley
Concrete (and concrete-look tiles) is the material of choice in ultra-modern homes and extensions, and bathrooms are the latest areas of the house to get the concrete treatment. The timber, concrete and black palette of this bathroom continues throughout this Adelaide home. - bill3724