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“Its wall-hung design was chosen for its straight lines, and ease of cleaning.” Rather than having a standard glass shower screen, the designer introduced a dividing wall to separate the walk-in shower. Clad in the same timber tiles as the rest of the room, the wall gives a sense of solidity and permanence, and provides guests privacy when taking a shower. The designer says the shower stall is all about simplicity and utility, with a recessed nook for soap and shampoo and a discreet drain hidden under the tiles. Designer: Celia Visser, Celia Visser Design Vanity cabinetry: De Bruin Judge Taps/shower fittings: Methven Aurajet Aio, chrome Basin: Custom, in Corian Glacier White Wall surfaces: Vogue Tortora wide plank tiles Flooring: Large format tiles Toilet: Catalano Sfere 52 from Plumbline Lighting: Katalog Little Bit pendants Accessories: Minimo from Plumbline; DCS heated towel rails Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Kallan MacLeod Facing page and above: A blade wall creates a bold and private way to separate the walk-in shower from the main bathroom area. Built-in niches provide shelving for soaps and shampoos without encroaching on the usable space within the shower area. see more online: search 48745 at search: celia visser at search | save | share at