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simply for a roomy, fun space for the owners’ two children. To achieve this, playful round mirrors were introduced that correspond to the different heights of the children. They continue a circle motif seen elsewhere in the home. “A honeycomb tile features on most of the wall surfaces in this room. The uniform look makes the space appear simple, friendly and bigger than it actually is.” A bathtub takes centre stage here, too, with frosted windows bringing privacy. The wood vanity with recessed handles connects with a similar piece in the other bathroom. resources & more images 45382 at see the entire house 45378 at another modern bathroom 42344 at more by this architect rossetti at Above: A curvaceous bathtub takes pride of place in the children’s bathroom. Frosted windows admit natural light and maintain privacy. Large format floor tiles make the hexagonal wall tile surfaces seem even smaller and more delicate. The wall-mounted tapware doesn’t obstruct the tub, and adds to the spacious feel. Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Andrew Ashton search | save | share at