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Designer: Jason Bonham, Bonham Interiors Builder: Biobuild Vanity and cabinetry: Dove and Liquora veneer in stained polyurethane by Image Interiors Handles: Chant Hardware: Blum Shower fittings: Fantini from Plumbline Shower stall: Custom marble slab by Biobuild and Architectural Stone Bath: Kaldewei from Metrix Basin: Bisazza Bagno from Plumbline Taps: Gessi and Fantini from Plumbline Flooring: Carrara Extra C marble from Tile Warehouse Tiles: Micro mosaic white gold and white by Tile Warehouse Toilet: Zero 62 Catalano from Plumbline Lighting: Deep Star from Inlite Ventilation: AirControl Systems Accessories: Gessi from Plumbline Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Mark Scowen search ensuite bathrooms at see more images 47998 at Many of the bathroom’s stand-out elements were custom designed by Bonham Interiors. “We created the cabinets in two types of veneer and used mirror-fronted drawers to further optimise light play. The custom handles are gold, too, as are most fixtures in the room. “Together with a crisp, sparkling appeal, the owners wanted touches of wood in the design,” says Bonham. “To this end, I designed the vanity with an external frame in ebony – this together with a charcoal strip around the narrow window are the only dark tones in the room.” The Bisazza sink was imported especially for the project and this has faceted edges – a look carried through by Bonham on the marble countertop and even the mirrored drawer fronts. The vanity, together with a tall cabinet in the same finishes by the shower, provides ample storage. LED downlights were chosen for their accurate colour rendering, thus increasing the visible detail of the veining in the marble floors. The Diamond Ring chandelier, another sparkling feature, is made from hand-cut rock crystal. “The project is rich in detail. For example, all lines agree perfectly in the shower, and the mosaic tile runs right into the window niche.” Facing page: With facilities shuffled around but services remaining in the same place, this project required massive behind the scenes work to achieve its glamorous aesthetic. Even lining up the shower stall ceiling tiles and brass shower stall trim was an involved task. Top and above: H